Bilingual education conference, Utrecht – Art and Language

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Once every two years bilingual education in the Netherlands gets together for a session of reflection, evaluation and workshops aimed at enthusing all of those involved. As the Arts subject coordinator I am tasked with leading a workshop specifically aimed at the arts teachers present. For those who were there, and those who weren’t, the link below will take you to the PowerPoint that I made use of.

Presentation Utrecht 2015

I appreciate that the images without the explanation isn’t always going to be clear, but if there is anything that you desperately want more information about don’t hesitate to say so, either through the comments option on this blog,  my school email (p.sansom@maaslandcollege.nl) or via the contact page on my website: www.petersansom.nl

For those of you who were there thanks for your active participation and enthusiasm. I find myself wondering every time how much to try and cram into a sixty minute session, especially in the context of what is an incredibly intensive day with all the other workshops and presentations. I assume that there will be another subject meeting in a years time, most probably again in Utrecht. That is also likely to be more of an afternoon filling session, with as a result much more time for discussion and sharing of ideas, I hope to see you there!

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2 thoughts on “Bilingual education conference, Utrecht – Art and Language

  1. Thanks Amy, glad hear that you think it might be useful, feel free to make use of it. If you click on the CLIL or education links in the word cloud on the top right you may well find other things that are useful.

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