Monthly Archives: May, 2018

  1. Automation unready, education key to facing challenges

    A new world ranking shows that no country is fully ready for automation. For countries to have a long-term strategy to deal with the challenges of automation, “education must be at the centre of it” the report notes, with a large proportion of indicators relating to quality of universities. “As [sic] technologies evolve, so will…

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  2. Tim Goodier to host Macmillan webinar on CEFR and impact on Young Learners on Wed 23 May 4pm BST

    London, 22 May 2018 – Tim Goodier (Head of Academic Development – Eurocentres) will be hosting a webinar part of the Macmillan CEFR webinar series on Wednesday 23 May at 4pm BST. The session’s focus is to describe a recent Council of Europe initiative to collate a representative sample of validated illustrative descriptors for Young…

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  3. Eurocentres presents key concepts validating CEFR to Council of Europe in Strasbourg

    Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 17th May 2018. Brain North of the Eurocentres Foundation and project leader and coordinator for the most recent and seminal extension to the CEFR, presented to delegates attending the official launch conference of the ‘Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) Companion Volume with New Descriptors’ at the Palais de l’Europe in Strasbourg….

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  4. Enrica Piccardo on Language Learning & Importance of Diversity

    Enrica Piccardo, University of Toronto, sets forth the importance of linguistic diversity in the context of language learning. Enrica is speaking at the Council of Europe Conference ‘Building Inclusive Societies through Enriching Plurilingual and Pluricultural Education’ at the Palais de L’Europe, Strasbourg. Enrica Piccardo university of #Toronto on language learning & importance of linguistic diversity…

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