The Listiac Story: How It All Began

At the beginning of 2018, the Lithuanian Ministry of Education and Science, appreciating the long-term involvement of the Vytautas Magnus University in fostering multilingualism, proposed to them to consider applying for the Erasmus+ Key Action 3 Project. The new priority Mainstreaming and further developing multilingual pedagogies in school education and supporting teachers and their training …

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Kick-off event in Helsinki

March 18-19, 2019. The LISTIAC team gathered in Helsinki for a two day kick-off event, during which the partner representatives visited a school, listened to Professor Emeritus Jim Cummins (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto) and participated in different workshops.

Erasmus+ kick -off event

The LISTiac coordination team got to spend a rainy Thursday in Brussels, attending the official Erasmus+ kick-off event at the Agency. The day was packed with networking, information about coordinating an Erasmus+ project, shared experiences and interesting workshops. During the project time, the coordination team will be visiting the Agency regularly.

LISTIAC is live!

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE. The Faculty of Education and Welfare Studies at Åbo Akademi University, Finland, has received 1.8 million euros in EU financing for the Erasmus+ project LISTiac (Linguistically Sensitive Teaching in All Classrooms). The aim is to support teachers in becoming more linguistically sensitive to enable opportunities for equally successful schooling for all students …

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The LISTIAC Project develops and experiments a theoretically informed reflection tool aimed at making (future) teachers more linguistically sensitive in their beliefs, attitudes and actions. All students in the EU need teachers who are linguistically sensitive and responsive. Despite the existing research and the amount of tools developed for individual teachers, it remains difficult to …

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