Contributions to Multilingualism in European Contexts
Edited By Yolanda Ruiz de Zarobe, Juan Manuel Sierra and Francisco Gallardo del Puerto
The present volume bears witness to the Europewide character of the Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) enterprise by featuring contributions from researchers and teacher-educators from a range of European countries spanning the geographical expanse of the continent from east (Estonia) to west (United Kingdom) and from north (Finland) to south (Spain, Italy). More importantly, the different national contexts are characterised by diverse cultural stances and policies vis-à-vis second and foreign language learning in general and learning specific languages in particular and it is evident that such contextual factors impinge on what are identified as central concerns both in CLIL implementation and research.
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339 Notes on Contributors ROSA ALIAGA UGARTE has been a Pre-Primary, Primary and Second- ary teacher for 15 years in the Basque state schools. From 1995 to 2000 she was President of the association BETEA (Basque English Teachers Association). She has been teacher trainer from 1999 to 2009 and from 1998 to 2009 she was also the Foreign Languages coordi- nator in the Department of Education, Universities and Research of the Basque Autonomous Government. She is the author of several articles on the early introduction of English as a foreign language and has participated in several conferences and seminars as a speaker on topics related to CLIL. Her team won the ‘European Label for Innovative projects in language teaching and learning 2005’ with the Project called ‘Dip, dip, dip’. DO COYLE is Professor in Learning Innovation, University of Aber- deen, Scotland. Formerly at Nottingham University, she initiated the first CLIL initial teacher education programme, a CLIL Master’s pro- gramme and supervised doctoral students. Do is internationally re- nowned for her work in CLIL pedagogies and acts as advisor and consultant to ministries and organisations on a global scale. She is involved in a wide range of European initiatives and has published extensively including the UK national guidelines for CLIL (2009) and CLIL (2010) a CUP book co-authored with Hood and Marsh. Her main research interests lie in furthering classroom pedagogies and professional learning using digital tools. EMMA DAFOUZ MILNE is associate professor in the Department of English Language and Linguistics...
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