Keynotes Durk Gorter: “Multilingual education and the linguistic landscape studies” Lukas Eibensteiner: “Gamifying Virtual Linguistic Landscapes: Educational Escape Rooms as a Pedagogical Tool to Raise Language Awareness”. Mariana Ribeiro Clemente: “Linguistic landscape in education – displaying the playfulness, designing the poetry of the sociolinguistics of writing”. Sarah McMonagle: “Virtual Linguistic Landscapes: Where do we evenContinue reading “Keynote speakers confirmed for the on-line LoCALL training week (June 6-10, 2022)”
On March 7 and 8, 2022, Margarida M. Marques presented at the 16th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference, a communication co-authored with Lúcia Pombo. The communication, entitled “Mobile learning supporting linguistic landscapes exploration: Students and teachers as game creators”, presents a study of mixed methods on a project-based learning initiative that integrates mobileContinue reading “LoCALL researchers participate in INTED 2022”
The online training week for the LoCALL project, hosted by the UAB team was completed last week (from the 21st to the 25th February). The training week focus was on interdisciplinary perspective on Linguistic Landscapes, with 42 registered participants from many countries around the world. The first day began with a general presentation of theContinue reading “5th Online Training Week Ends Successfully”
Dissemination event: Educating for 21st century challenges – sustainability and linguistic and cultural diversity
(16-18 February 2022 / Online) The first decades of the 21st century have been marked by a series of social, environmental, political and economic crises that have affected communities and individuals around the world, particularly the most vulnerable. More than ever, humanity is called upon to collectively change the trajectory of a civilizational journey thatContinue reading “Dissemination event: Educating for 21st century challenges – sustainability and linguistic and cultural diversity”
The annual Linguistic Landscape Workshop is the leading international meeting for interdisciplinary research on language in public space. Previous editions have been held in Gothenburg (online 2021), Bangkok (2019), Bern (2018), Liverpool (2017), Luxembourg (2016), Berkeley (2015), and elsewhere. The 13th Linguistic Landscape Workshop (LL13) will take place on 7–9 September 2022 at Universität Hamburg,Continue reading “Call for Papers: The 13th Linguistic Landscape Workshop”
“IDEAS para fomentar la diversidad lingüística en el aprendizaje de una lenguaextranjera” (18.11.2021, 4.30 PM CET)Jun.-Prof. Dr. Lukas Eibensteiner, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena En la comunicación “IDEAS para fomentar la diversidad lingüística en el aprendizaje de una lengua extranjera” analizaremos el potencial de los medios digitales para fomentar la diversidad lingüística (tanto en lenguas de herencia, comoContinue reading “LoCALL in Talks for Ideas 2021/2022”
Avec des sessions en-ligne et en présentiel, l’équipe LoCALL de Strasbourg et l’enseignante du Collège Henri Meck de Molsheim, Sonia Cadi, présentent le projet LoCALL dans la fête de la science, le 1er octobre 2021! Les sessions, intitulées “A la découverte des paysages linguistiques avec le projet Erasmus+ LoCALL“, visent à présenter le travail deContinue reading “LoCALL fait la fête… de la science!”
As part of the strategy of communication and dissemination of science produced at the Faculty of Education of the University of Hamburg, the “project of the month” initiative aims to give visibility to the projects developed at the institution. In August 2021, LoCALL got the nomination… Read more under: https://www.ew.uni-hamburg.de/forschung/forschungsprojekt-des-monats/20-fpdm-august.html
Le projet LoCALL sera représenté lors du 9ème Congrès International de l’Association EDILIC, entre le 6 et le 9 Juillet 2021, sur le thème « Approches plurielles, compétences plurilingues, appropriations langagières : l’apprenant.e au centre des réalités éducatives ». Le 6 Juillet, membres des équipes d’Aveiro et de Strasbourg dynamisent deux ateliers sur l’App LoCALL (« Exploring LinguisticContinue reading “LoCALL présenté au congrès EDILIC”
The LoCALL App, one of the intellectual outputs of the LoCALL project, under the responsibility of the University of Aveiro, is already available free of charge in the main application stores for mobile devices. The LoCALL App is an educational resource that invites students, teachers and the community to “read” and explore LL, while playingContinue reading “LoCALL App available on Google Play and App Store”
The 3rd LoCALL training week will welcome four specialists on linguistic landscapes in education: Hélot, Ch. (2021). Linguistic Landscapes in Educational Contexts: Recent research. 31st May 2021. Bagna, C. & Bellinzona, M. (2021). Italian schoolscapes in the 21st century: languages and functions of school spaces. 1st June 2021. Hancock, A. (2021). Using Linguistic Landscapes asContinue reading “LoCALL Webinars in the 3rd training week (31st May – 2nd June 2021)”
“Linguistic Landscapes in English Language Teaching” (LLinELT) project was carried out in 2019-2020 in a multitude of English language teaching and learning contexts in both face-to-face and online spaces. It was coordinated by Dicle University (Turkey) and Texas Christian University (United States) and supported through a grant by US Embassy Turkey. The project emerged fromContinue reading “Linguistic Landscapes in English Language Teaching Project: book release”
The training week will take place between the 31st May and the 4th June, organised by the University of Strasbourg. Latisha Mary, Maria Siemushyna and Andrea Young prepared a rich program encompassing webinars, practical workshops and e-visits to schools working with LL (check document for full program). Stay tuned and register to participate. Registration formContinue reading “Registrations open for the 3rd LoCALL training week”
The third LOCALL training week will be organised by the University of Strasbourg, between the 31st May and the 4th June. More information soon!
A new terrain for multilingual and transcultural pedagogies The University of Calgary organises an on-line conference on linguistic landscapes and equitable pedagogies on the 26th April. Registration is free but mandatory. https://werklund.ucalgary.ca/shifting-linguistic-landscapes/conference-agenda The LoCALL project will be presented by S. Melo-Pfeifer, who is giving the talk “Linguistic landscapes in the foreign language classroom: A pathwayContinue reading “Conference: Shifting Linguistic Landscapes”
Between the 18th and 22nd of January 2021, an online training week took place, within the Erasmus+ LoCALL project – Locall Linguistic Landscapes for Global Language Education in the School Context. The training week consisted of synchronous and asynchronous sessions, using Google Classroom and other platforms and tools (Padlet, Perusall, zoom,…). Among the activities developed,Continue reading “A retrospective: 2nd Online Training Week of the project LoCALL”
In der Woche vom 18.-22.01.2021 stellen Lisa Marie Brinkmann und Sílvia Melo-Pfeifer Linguistic Landscapes im Rahmen von LoCALL bei der Veranstaltung “Wir wollen’s wissen” vor. Die Veranstaltung richtet sich an Schulen, die den Kontakt zur Wissenschaft suchen. In unserem Fall werden wir Linguistic Landscapes in drei verschiedenen Klassen (Philosophie, Spanisch und Deutsch) vorstellen und mitContinue reading “Was kann man auf der Straße über Sprachen lernen? LoCALL goes to school”
18-22 January 2021| Google Classroom and Zoom Between the 18th and 22nd January 2021, the second online training week of the LoCALL project will take place. Registration is free but mandatory through this link until the 10th January 2021. Check the full program and recommendations here.
18-22 January 2021| Google Classroom and Zoom Between the 18th and 22nd January 2021, the second online training week of the LoCALL project will take place. This time around, the training week will be organized by the University of Aveiro’s project team and will include webinars, virtual visits to museums, games, video and postcard creation,Continue reading “LoCALL: second Online Training Week”
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Dr. David Malinowski (San Jose State University, California, United States) Dr. Yasemin Bayyurt (Boğaziçi University, Turkey) Dr. Tamás Péter Szabó (University of Jyväskylä, Finland) Registration: here.
16 October 2020 |Live on Youtube In the fourth edition of the Erasmusdays, the partner universities involved in the LoCALL project will join hands to organize an event that aims to promote and disseminate the work and research already carried out by the team. The event will take place on 16 October 2020 and willContinue reading “LoCALL goes Global on #ErasmusDays2020”
Am 25.09.20 fand der 12. Frankoromanistentag digital statt, auf dem wir LoCALL vorstellen konnten. In der Sektion “Der Französischunterricht an der Kreuzung unterschiedlicher Forschungsrichtungen: “Sprache” durch digitale Medien sichtbar machen” stellt die Integration von Linguistic Landscapes im Französischunterricht einen wichtigen Beitrag dar. Dafür haben Lisa Marie Brinkmann und Sílvia Melo-Pfeifer einen Vortrag über die LehrkräfteperspektiveContinue reading “LoCALL auf dem 12. Frankoromanistentag”
LoCALL will be present at the Seminar on Studies on Plurilingualism, organised by Francisco Calvo del Olmo, with an on-line presentation called “Paisagens Linguísticas e Promoção da Consciência Plurilingue: perspectivas sociolinguísticas e didáticas”, on September 1st (2020). The event is promoted by the Universidade Federal do Paraná (Brazil).
With a total of 63 participants, three guest speakers and the active participation of the whole LoCALL team, the Training week was carried out from the 8th to 12th June 2020 via a digital platform. It was organised by the LoCALL team from the University of Groningen | Campus Fryslân in mutual collaboration with theContinue reading “Training week: Linguistic landscapes in the context of multilingual education”
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