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Title: In-service Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Teacher Development: an Action Research Project in Teachers’ Professional Learning
Author: Coral i Mateu, Josep
Lleixà Arribas, Teresa
Keywords: Aprenentatge integrat de continguts i llengües estrangeres
Formació del professorat
Educació física
Content and Language Integrated Learning
Teacher training
Physical education and training
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Attyka - The Jan Kochanowski University
Abstract: All teacher education programmes require to handle complex layers of learning because they are teaching teachers to teach. Arguably a programme involving Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), preparing experienced school teachers to teach curriculum subjects in a target foreign language (usually English), has an additional layer of complexity. This chapter describes an action research approach to the investigation of a CLIL teacher education programme and indicates that a pedagogy aligned to action research seems effective in such contexts. There is an indication that action research based pedagogy applied to CLIL teacher education can lay the foundation for inquiry-based professional learning where teachers develop as practitioner-researchers who are able to improve their own practice and also apply research methods to systematically validate their work, thus contributing to the body of CLIL research.
It is part of: Capítol del llibre a: Boyd, P. and Szplit, A. (ed.) Teacher Educators Learning Through Inquiry: International Perspectives. 2017. Kraków: Libron. ISBN 978-83-65644-28-2. (pp. 263-287).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/113728
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