GLOSSA – Advancing the teaching and learning of less widely taught European languages

16 November 2011
GLOSSA – Advancing the teaching and learning of less widely taught European languages

GLOSSA is a European Union education project under the LifeLong Learning Program. The project is for language educators and authorities across Europe. It is building methodologies, practices and courses specifically to help develop language learning and teaching for the less widely taught languages of Europe. 

This is being completed by:

  • Building methodologies for learning in online environments (advanced levels & autonomous)
  • Developing a Greek e-learning multimedia courses at C1 & C2 (CEFR)

    Creating transferability to other European languages

    Developing a common European professional profile for language teachers

    Adapting an accreditation tool for non-formal and informal language teaching skills

  • Creating courses for the less widely taught and learnt languages, including Greek. What courses are available do not utilize the possibilities of today's Internet (multimedia) and often use outdated methodologies

 

The project has now developed a Greek e-learning multimedia courses at C1 & C2 (CEFR) http://www.actione-learn.eu/glossa/mainHome.php#

 

You can find much more information on the project website at: http://www.ellinikiglossa.eu/

 

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