Merging Plurilingual and STE(A)M education to develop interculturality: Teachers’ theories and practices in context
Talk by professor Danièle Moore (Simon Fraser University) in the Digital series of talks on plurilingualism and interculturality.
In this talk, I discuss the potential of inquiry-based plurilingual and transdisciplinary projects to encourage critical awareness of plurality in the context of teacher training and K-12 instruction. Using international participatory and collaborative approaches to teacher-training, I examine diversely situated ecologies to explore how the theoretical lens of plurilingualism can contribute to raising awareness of translingual practice as an asset to challenge beliefs and praxis and produce alternative knowledges around teaching, learning, and researching-as-teacher-training."
Danièle Moore has kindly given permission to record her presentation.