Beyond the charming image of children developing multiple languages, there's a journey that involves more than just linguistic development.
Last October our team took part in the Learning Teacher Training Activity for the Erasmus Project “BABO: Bilingual And Bicultural Outlook.”
This is an original perspective on bilingual upbringing and the choices made to pass on parents’ language(s) and culture to their children.
Train as a Language Explorers facilitator and work with young children and their families in a creative and multilingual way!
Early Childhood Ireland and Mother Tongues partnered to design, develop and implement a small-scale, arts-based storytelling pilot project.
As we delve into the second chapter of our Parents' Feelings Matter series, we shine a light on an aspect of plurilingualism that is often overlooked.
When we talk about multilingual families, we often don't talk enough about the role parents play and about their own unique journey.
We are delighted to share our experience of participating in the third Transnational Meeting of the Erasmus Project "BABO: Bilingual And Bicultural Outlook."
When bilingual children hear their family language spoken outside of the home, they develop a positive attitude toward their own diversity.
This year's edition of International Mother Language Day focuses on the theme ‘multilingual education - a necessity to transform education’.