Innovation in Language Learning

Edition 16

Accepted Abstracts

The BiMo Project and the Benefits of Bilingual and CLIL Programmes

Anca Colibaba, GR. T. Popa University / EuroED Foundation (Romania)

Irina Gheorghiu, Albert Ludwigs Freiburg University (Germany)

Carmen Antonita, Scoala Primara Euroed (Romania)

Ioan Juncu, EuroEd School Iasi (Romania)

Otilia Mironeanu, EuroEd School Iasi (Romania)

Claudia Dinu, Gr. T. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Iasi (Romania)

Ovidiu Ursa, Iuliu Haţieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj (Romania)


The article is a study based on the European BiMo project, under the Erasmus+ Programme, which is being implemented by six institutions (schools, non-governamental organisations in the field of education and universities) from Italy, Lithuania, Spain, and Romania. The BiMo project stems from the fact that the learning and mastery of a foreign language has become a necessary skill for the new generations. The BiMo project focuses on bilingual programmes and the needs of the main stakeholders, particularly the families of children enrolled in public and private schools with bilingual programmes. These families, in most cases, lack the knowledge of what a bilingual education programme consists of, and, therefore, are unable to make the best decisions about the education of their offspring. The objective of the BiMo project is to keep parents informed about the bilingual education programmes for their children and to create synergies between organizations with different experiences in everyday bilingualism and bilingual and CLIL programmes. The article outlines the objectives and outputs of the project and focuses on the main research findings on bilingualism education in Romania.

Keywords: bilingual programmes, bilingualism, parents, students, education.


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