Language Education in Europe: the Impact of Covid

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On-line survey regarding respondents’ experiences of language and language-related education during the current pandemic, and the lessons learned

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The Council of Europe, though its European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML) in Graz, is conducting a survey to see how teachers – from all sectors: primary, secondary, tertiary, vocational – have dealt with, and are dealing with, the COVID Emergency.

There is a link at the bottom of this email which gives you further information about this initiative. The results will be anonymised, and published jointly by the ECML and the EU.
We’d very much like to hear from you and to learn from your experiences. You can go directly to the survey from this email.
Please feel free to pass this on to potentially interested colleagues.

Language Education in Europe: The Impact of COVID
The Covid pandemic has had – and is continuing to have – a profound impact on most of our activities, not least on language education.
The ECML, in cooperation with its Professional Network Forum, has now launched a Europe-wide project to gather information and exchange views on how language educators are coping with the challenges, and to reflect on the lessons to be learnt from their experiences.
The first step is a survey addressed especially to language educators, though administrators, language students and parents are also welcome to contribute to it.
The results of the survey will be drawn on in a series of online think tanks later this year, to be followed by a Colloquium and publication of the results.
You are cordially invited to take part in the survey and to disseminate it to colleagues and partner institutions involved in language education. 
Please submit your responses by 28th February 2021.