Since we trust that you have worked on the first part of the elwa course 'Sustainable language teaching and learning' before starting this course, we won't explain our understanding of foreign language teaching and learning again. Neither will we introduce the different tools of teacher learning again, since we have already done so quite thoroughly in the previous part. However, we will give all participants the chance to introduce themselves and to get into touch with other colleagues. Moreoever we will include an overview of both parts of the course for all of you to remember what you have read and heard about in part 1.
I am very grateful that Christiane as well as Laura and Tomas were willing to share their experiences with us. Now I’d be interested to hear whether you find these projects interesting for your own lessons and whether you got some inspiration from the video interviews. Maybe you would like to share some of your thoughts?
Thank you very much for interviewing these experienced colleagues. For me it was very inspiring to get to know an interactive concept in two disciplines which could even amend each other and rest as a win-win situation for all who are involved, not at least for the students! I hope to find an enthusiastic colleague who will try such a team-work with me.
Thank you for sharing this with us! I think it is really inspiring to see the way they worked together and the way they integrated these two subjects so successfully. I can also see that the students must have enjoyed the flexibility of the project work and of moving between the two classes and the two teachers. I feel very inspired to try something like this someday.
Same here, it was very inspiring to see this project work, especially as they were very open about everything, especially the things that did not work out as intended from the start. I would like to try something like this for sure.
These interviews are really helpful and inspiring. Hence I am looking forward to create own ideas for blocks and find colleagues from different areas to work with.