This is an innovative and flexible academic course and an open education resource that provides state-of-the-art, research-based knowledge about multilingualism and bilingualism (the term bilingualism will be used to capture both) from a multi-disciplinary perspective. The course is innovative because it uses a range of audio-visual material, including lecture screencasts, interviews with experts and testimonials of multilinguals to provide knowledge about multilingualism from different perspectives. Reading lists provide learners resources for further reading to deepen their knowledge on multilingualism. Interactive online learning activities / quizzes enable the learners to test their understanding of the course material.
The course and open education resource have been developed specifically for the education of pre-service and in-service teachers in different academic settings and teacher-training contexts, as well as other education professionals, but can also be used with other groups, such as higher education students across a variety of subjects, including linguistics, education, psychology, and speech and language therapy.
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