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Teachers’ Perspectives, Practices and Challenges in Multilingual Education

Edited By Nagore Ipiña Larrañaga, Ainara Imaz Agirre, Begoña Pedrosa and Eneritz Garro

The aim of this book is to address teachers’ perspectives, practices and challenges in multilingual education. The book that brings together perspectives and practices in multilingual contexts could be of great interest for researchers, practitioners and stakeholders because it also provides ideas for pedagogical practice and new language policies. It covers key concepts such as emotional aspects of multilingualism, innovation in language teaching and teacher training and challenges in (foreign) language teaching.

Nagore Ipiña Larrañaga holds a PhD in educational sciences and she is a lecturer and researcher at Mondragon University.

Ainara Imaz Agirre holds PhD in language acquisition in multilingual settings and she is a lecturer and researcher at Mondragon University.

Begoña Pedrosa Lobato holds PhD in language acquisition in multilingual settings and she is a lecturer and researcher at Mondragon University.

Eneritz Garro Larrañaga holds a PhD in Basque studies and linguistics and she is a lecturer and researcher at Mondragon University.