New Publication from SIS Faculty Fiora Biagi and Lavinia Bracci!
"Language Teaching, Education for Democracy and Cross-curricular Connections" A special issue of the Iranian Journal of Language Teaching that contains the article "Language Teaching, Education for Democracy and Cross-curricular Connections" has just been released and is available online at https://ijltr.urmia.ac.ir/article_121225.html. Together with other experts and scholars, SIS has contributed with an article about in-person, digital and hybrid experiences of the Democratic Reflective Syllabus in Second Language Acquisition, a hallmark of the SIS study abroad program. We hope it may be of interest to those working in the field, in Europe and beyond. https://ijltr.urmia.ac.ir/article_121225.html
Ciao Riga (Latvia)! SIS faculty at the DiCE.Lang Transnational Project Meeting
The DiCE.Lang project has reached its third and final year! This final phase will be dedicated mostly to dissemination activities. After working on key intellectual outputs, such as a large set of Open Educational Resources and a Teacher Training Package, both focused on Digital Citizenship Education vis-à-vis Foreign Language Learning, the consortium is now aiming at finalizing the policy framework and planning several multiplier events in local contexts for the year 2023. On Oct.3-5 the project’s second last TPM took place in beautiful Riga, where the Latvian partner kindly and efficiently hosted