This month we published Conceptualising Integration in CLIL and Multilingual Education edited by Tarja Nikula, Emma Dafouz, Pat Moore and Ute Smit. In this post, the editors explain how the book came together. This book is concerned with the educational practice in which a language other than the students’ first language is used as the language of instruction. The main…
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What most educators would call “subjects” or “disciplines,” Jeff Hopkins, principal of the Pacific School of Innovation and Inquiry, regards as “silos” when they restrict the scope of learning and nodes of a knowledge network when they serve as points of interconnection.
Institutos como el de Sils optan por facilitar el aprendizaje de sus alumnos a partir de los proyectos, un planteamiento que ofrece más ventajas educativas que las asignaturas: les motiva y les ayuda a conectar conocimientosEste es un reportaje publicado en El Diari de l'Educació
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