• Claudia Mewald, University College of Teacher Education Lower Austria

    Linguistic and cultural diversity, as well as migration, are prominent characteristics of our globalized world. Signs of globalization become more and more visible, and are experienced most extensively in and around metropolitan areas. Teachers are at the forefront of this rapid development, as they have to come to terms with an increasingly diverse society, its educational requirements, and its multifaceted demands. Therefore, they should be aware of beneficial ways of exploiting the linguistic and cultural diversity in their classrooms and consider the targeted use of all language resources at their learners’ disposal as an important task of 21st century education. Read more...

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