Round Table

The Impact of the European Language Label on Quality in Language Learning
Friday 16 November 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Moderator: Lorenza Venturi,
Indire,
Italian National Agency for the Lifelong Learning Programme

The Round Table on The Impact of the European Language Label on Quality in Language Learning is organized with an opening speech by the moderator who opens the works and moderate them throughout the planned four thematic sessions.

The Round Table is divided into four thematic sessions.
For each of the four thematic sessions two experts are identified. Each makes a 10 minute statement on the European Language Label and Quality in Language Learning, after which moderator opens the floor for interventions from the other expert participants on the theme of each session.

The four thematic sessions are:

Thematic Session 1)
The role of the European Language Label in fostering quality in language education.
Experts:
Richard Rossner EAQUALS, UK
Alan Bruce, Universal Learning System, Ireland

Thematic Session 2)
Multilingualism, analysis of the current state of the art in Europe and role of the European Language Label.
Experts:
Gemma Delgado, University of Extremadura, Spain
Carmen Argondizzo, University of Calabria, Italy

Thematic Session 3)
Innovative language learning approaches based on new technologies, how the European Language Label support them.
Experts:
Matteo Lagrassa, University for Foreigners of Siena, Italy
Giorgia Costalonga, IAL Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy

Thematic Session 4)
2012, European Survey on Language Competences, Analysis of its results and plans for future actions in the framework of the European Language Label.
Experts:
Anca Colibaba, EuroEd, Romania
Liliana Dellevoet, Prosperase, Romania

The Round Table is organised in the framework of the European Project NELLIP funded by the European Commissionís Lifelong Learning Programme KA2 Languages.

Participation in the Round Table is free for the members of the NELLIP network, however registration is compulsory. For further information please contact: [email protected].