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Taalschool pupils are ready for the next step!

On the 24th of May, ‘Taalschool’ (literally translated: Language School) Utrecht has organized a seminar in the ZIMIHC Theatre in Utrecht. The Taalschool is a school that offers reception education…

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Giving voice to the newly arrived migrant pupils

At the first International Conference on Multilingualism and Multilingual Education (ICMME17) in Braga, Portugal, the EDINA project was represented by Emmanuelle le Pichon and Deborah Cole from Utrecht University. In…

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EDINA at EMLAR Utrecht

During this year’s edition of the Empirical Methods in Language Acquisition Research (EMLAR XIII) in Utrecht, the Netherlands, the EDINA team was well-represented. On Wednesday, April 19, Suzanne presented a…

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The First EDINA Workshops!

In Rotterdam, The Netherlands, the Dutch EDINA group gathered to teach the first workshops on intercultural competencies for primary and secondary teachers, board members and other school personnel! These meetings…

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International Meet-Up January 2017

On January 31st, the Belgian team travelled to Utrecht, the Netherlands, in order to discuss the further merging of our three tools on differentiation, intercultural competences and transition processes. Fred…

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Exchange EDINA schools – Gent, Belgium

On the 18th of November, several representatives from Dutch primary and Flemish primary and secondary schools met up in Gent, Belgium, in order to discuss the EDINA project and its…

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3rd National Project Group

The third National Project Group (NPG) meeting took place on February 2nd in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The steering group met up to discuss the European, national and regional developments in…

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Language Education for Migrant Pupils

On November 2, Anne Kerkhoff (Fontys Hogeschool) taught a guest lecture on migrant pupils and language. The first part of the lecture was a lesson on Serbo-Croatian by Marko Simonovic…

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