The 6th ICLHE Conference will take place at Universitat Jaume 1 in Castillón, Spain, on 15-18 October 2019.
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We look forward to seeing you in Castillón!
Karolinska Institutet (Stockholm, Sweden) is hosting an educational congress where you can gain insights into new learning and inspiration through three tracks: “health professions education research”, “internationalisation”, and “experience & insights”. The “Internationalisation” track will focus on English-Medium Instruction, intercultural competence and global health perspectives.
ICLHE’s Bob Wilkinson, Kevin Haines and Jennifer Valcke will be among the experts, as well as Betty Leask and Esko Koponen! Join us!
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Do you teach your subject in English? This is a CLIL (content and language integrated learning) methodology course for teachers and lecturers working through English in higher education (HE). The course is for lecturers and teachers in any subject teaching through English in HE who would like to improve their CLIL methodology skills. Participants will develop and improve their understanding, expertise and skills related to CLIL in higher education.
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CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL SOBRE LA CALIDAD DE LOS PROGRAMAS BILINGÜES EN LA EDUCACIÓN SUPERIOR
This conference takes place in Huelva, Spain, from 10 to 12 May 2018. It addresses all topics related to quality on bilingual programs in Higher Education, such as educational policies, methodological procedures, language requirements, teacher training and support, etc.
Annette Bradford and Howard Brown have edited a new book on EMI in Japan.
This book examines English-medium instruction (EMI) in Japanese higher education, situating it within Japan’s current policy context and examining the experiences of its stakeholders.
Scholars and practitioners look at EMI from perspectives that include policy planning, program design, marketing and classroom practice.
Purchase your copy here.
The ICLHE’s latest publication offers a collection of original papers showing how Higher education institutions have coped with changing the language of instruction. It points out that Higher education institutions have undergone radical change in the past decades; of which the shift to English-medium instruction, as well as bi- or plurilingual programmes, is one notable example. The papers comprise new research on teaching and learning through an additional language, and its impact on professional development for university teachers, programme and course development, as well as quality assurance. The articles span different international contexts, and provide education developers, university teachers, educational administrators, language experts, and others, with global perspectives on the professional practices of university teachers.