The conference was officially opened by Eaquals Chair, Thom Kiddle, who welcomed 200 attendees in person to the event and reflected on the anticipation and excitement there was in finally making a full return to our annual conference.
Three days of innovative presentations, workshops and discussions included a full day Management Training Workshop, delivered by Ania Kolbuszewska, on “The Eaquals Academic Management Competences Framework – practical applications” which had been launched at the previous conference. The opening plenary, delivered by Professor Steve Walsh, on “SETTVEO: Evidence based reflection and teacher development” was well-received by attendees. Gisella Lange opened the second day with her plenary “A CLIL/CMILE Journey in the World” where we looked at successful implementation of CLIL programmes around the world. Closing the three-day event was Professor Waldemar Martyniuk with his wonderful plenary on “Language, Languaging, Plurilanguaging: considerations on the nature of language, language learning, and language teaching” providing us with many astute observations on the nature of language learning which we observe on a result basis in the world around us and particularly in our sector.
The conference was packed full of presentations and workshops and the resources from these are available under the resources tab of the event.
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