The approaches of Language Transitions are in constant communication with the research of all of the five other strands of our programme. All of our work informs our proposals for curriculum change, creating new models of engagement–notably working with the idea of students and our other collaborators as co-creators–new materials, new forms of communication and dissemination with the ultimate aim of courses co-taught across all participating institutions. We therefore work on the curriculum at university level and with the curriculum at school level, trialling ways of working with transition at each further level of languages study.
- Language Transitions
- Language Transitions Research
Working with Teachers
- Working with School Students
Language Acts and Worldmaking Debates: Traversing Traditions, Opening Opportunities
- Debate 1: Language Education Activism
- Debate 2: Modern Languages—A Discipline (still) in Search of an Identity?
- Debate 3: Should Second Language Acquisition and Second Language Teaching be aligned and how?
- Debate 4: Has the digital world revolutionised language pedagogy?
- Debate 5: Interculturality and Creativity in Language Education