Affective domain of language learning
Who is an adult learner?
When planning for a year, plant corn. When planning for a decade, plant trees. When planning for life, train and educate people (a Chinese proverb).
Age-appropriate language learning
In adult education, the group of people aged 55+ have a special role: they are not only often interested in different topics than younger learners, but also the way the lessons should be conducted is different. The MEANING project has set itself to shedding more light on the needs of learners of 55+ years. An introduction to the principles of to age-appropriate language learning can be found here:
Socialization in online education!
The European Profiling Grid
If you are a language teacher you can try an interesting tool for language teachers for raising awareness about language teaching competences and teaching quality and are also important aids to teacher training and development.
The e-Grid aim is to help language teachers assess their professional strengths and training needs, and to support people who are managing and supporting teachers.
The personal aim as a motivator for language learning
A blog dedicated to
self-study language learning
During the COVID19 crisis we have understood the importance of online learning, especially for vulnerable groups for whom is essential to respect preventive measures and stay home.