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Events 2020-2021

 

HLSE Meetup: European Day of Languages

September 24, 2020

MS Teams

It is unfortunately not possible to have a usual face-to-face HLSE Meetup for European Language Day, so we would like to offer the opportunity for heritage language program organizers to catch up virtually via MS Teams. We can rendezvous online from 19:30 - 20:30 on Thursday, September 24.

If you are a heritage language program organizer/teacher in Eindhoven and you are interested in joining, please email us to let us know which email address we can use to invite you. We will send you the link you need to participate. You can participate through your browser if you do not want to download Teams.

Each participant will have the chance to tell the others about how things have been going since the last Meetup in February 2020, just before the lockdown in the Netherlands. You will also have the chance to ask any questions you may have about the HLSE Webinar planned for October. 

(See summary of this event.)

DRONGO Talenfestival

October 2 - 3, 2020
Online event (based in Nijmegen)

Het thema van het DRONGO talenfestival 2020 is lezen. Lezen is leuk en het is goed voor je. Jaarlijks verschijnen er honderden prachtige boeken en er is een heel actieve leescultuur in Nederland. Lezen leidt tot een betere woordenschat, zorgt voor een betere focus en concentratie, traint de verbeelding en maakt je slimmer. Maatschappelijk gezien zorgt een gezonde leescultuur voor beter werk, minder schulden en een betere volksgezondheid. Lezen is een onmisbare competentie om maatschappelijk mee te draaien.

Het festival heeft dit jaar een hybride karakter: een ijzersterk offline programma dat wordt gelivestreamd, en een ongeëvenaard online programma. Registratie

HLSE organized an event to bring together heritage language programs and Dutch primary school teachers. See all details here.

October 8, 2020
Online event (based in Eindhoven)

Community-Based Heritage Language Schools Conference

October 9 - 10, 2020
Online event (based in Washington, D.C.)

The 7th annual Conference of Community-Based Heritage Language Schools will be held online this year. The organizers hope that it gives many more people the opportunity to participate. It will be held Friday, October 9, 12:30 – 6:00 PM and Saturday, October 10, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM – in the Eastern U.S. time zone.

After the conference opening, participants will have an opportunity to interact with leaders of organizations and initiatives that are of interest and can be helpful to heritage language schools. There will then be six workshops on topics that are of interest to leaders in these schools. Participants will be able to take part in all six workshops, if desired. There will also be a panel of leaders in the language field, with whom participants will be able to interact. (See schedule here.)

 To view videos prepared in advance by panelists, click here.

(You can find links to the presentation slides and the presentation recordings in the 2020 Schedule section.)

October 22, 2020
Online event

A webinar on October 22 from 20:00 - 20:45, hosted by Dr. Ellen-Rose Kambel, director of the Rutu Foundation and Dr. Emmanuelle Le Pichon-Vorstman, University of Toronto who are the co-founders of the Language Friendly School. They will present an overview of what the Language Friendly School is and what the benefits are of becoming part of their network. There is room for a limited number of guests to allow for optimal interaction.

Multilingual Primary Schools

November 13, 2020
Online event (based in Dublin)

Event by the Virtual Language App, in short VirtuLApp, a 3-year Erasmus+ Key Action 2 Strategic Partnership project. It aims at developing an innovative multi-didactic approach which teachers can use in the classroom in any (multilingual) situation. The needs of teachers – more knowledge about and tools for multilingual education, integration of migrant languages, and less language separation – will be addressed with the development of a multi-player augmented reality game for multilingual pupils and the development of a toolkit which exists of a digital handbook and didactic videos.

The project is coordinated by the Mercator European Research Centre, hosted at the Fryske Akademy in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands. Other partners working at the project are ATiT (Belgium), Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), University of the Basque Country (Spain) and LUCA School of Arts (Belgium).

Virtual Summit on Teaching Heritage Languages With Project-Based Learning

November 13 - 14, 2020
Online event (based in U.S.)

For and by teachers, this collaborative online event aims to bring together language educators from all levels of instruction and language backgrounds to share their projects and explore ways to create a hub of information on best practices, resources, and tips for heritage language (HL) teachers and programs to implement project-based learning (PBL).


PBL is a proficiency-oriented instructional approach that supports real-world language use, fosters student engagement, and facilitates learner-centered instruction. These features make PBL ideal for teaching HL learners.

Registration costs $75.00 and the deadline is November 12.

Kennisfestival: Beyond Borders by Brainport Development

November 19, 2020
Online event (based in Brainport region, Eindhoven)

Donderdag 19 november van 15.00-17.00 uur wordt het online Kennisfestival Beyond Borders georganiseerd. Voor het zesde jaar op rij en dit jaar in het teken van taalvaardigheid, interculturele samenwerking en wereldburgerschap.

Onze regio stelt haar grenzen open voor kenniswerkers, arbeidsmigranten en statushouders. Binnen het onderwijs moeten we daarom grenzen verleggen. Zodat alle kinderen met verschillende nationaliteiten, van Nederlands tot Roemeens en Indiaas, dankzij jouw inspanningen klaargestoomd worden voor de arbeidsmarkt van de toekomst. Daarom het Kennisfestival: Beyond Borders.

Digitale Leerweek, Meertaligheid troef in het onderwijs

November 17 - November 26, 2020
online event (based in Belgium)

Kom in 2020 nog meer te weten over de thema meertaligheid! Neem van 17 tot 26 november deel aan een internationale leerweek. Tijdens deze digitale editie verwelkomen ze partners uit hun VVOB-partnerlanden Vietnam en Zuid-Afrika die hun ervaringen en inspirerende praktijken zullen delen over omgaan met meertaligheid in het onderwijs. 

Wat mag je verwachten?

  • Presentaties over meertaligheid en onderwijs in Vietnam, Zuid-Afrika en België

  • Boeiende dialogen met academici en practitioners

  • Uitwisselingen tussen onderwijsprofessionals

November 19, November 26, and December 10, 2020
online event (based in Amsterdam)

Dit is het derde jaar dat het Sirius Policy Network on Migrant Education in samenwerking met de Rutu Foundation een Nationale Rondetafel in Nederland organiseert rond het thema ‘meertaligheid in het onderwijs’. Dit jaar is de focus gericht op taalvriendelijk onderwijs. Samen met onderwijsprofessionals, beleidsmakers en ouders gaan we in gesprek tijdens drie online bijeenkomsten met elk een eigen thema:

  • 19 november 2020: aflevering 1 – Het klaslokaal. Welke aanpak werkt rond meertaligheid in de klas? Leerkrachten lichten hun praktijk toe en en laten zien hoe deze aanpak hun meertalige leerlingen met een migratieachtergrond helpt, en een positief effect heeft voor de ééntalige leerlingen.

  • 26 november 2020: aflevering 2 – De school. Wat hebben scholen nodig om een schoolbrede taalvriendelijke aanpak te ontwikkelen? Schoolleiders van Taalvriendelijke Scholen vertellen over hun ervaring en waar zij tegenaan lopen bij de implementatie.

  • 10 december 2020: aflevering 3 – Het beleid. Wat is er nodig om taalvriendelijk onderwijs in te voeren op alle scholen? Wie zijn de verantwoordelijke instellingen en personen? Hoe kunnen we ze bereiken?

Doel:

Aan het eind van de serie worden concrete beleidsaanbevelingen opgenomen in een actieplan voor taalvriendelijk onderwijs in Nederland. Dit wordt aangeboden aan de onderwijskoepels en het ministerie van Onderwijs.

November 20 - 21, 2020
Online event (based in Reykjavík, Iceland, and Dublin Ireland)

The 2020 edition of the Heritage Language Education Conference is organised jointly by Mother Tongues (Ireland) & Móðurmál (Iceland) and will take place online from 20:00 CET to 22:00 CET on November 20 and from 17:00 CET to 19:30 CET on Saturday, November 21. Click here for the conference program.

This year more than ever, community-based language schools need to stand together and learn from each other. Our 2020 edition of the Heritage Language Education Conference creates a unique opportunity for teachers, researchers and all professionals involved in heritage language schooling to get familiar with the newest research, share experience and explore ideas to support heritage language education. This year’s main goal is to promote the value of international collaboration among professionals interested in community languages teaching and learning. Together we can go further.

The conference is free for Mother Tongues and Móðurmál members, as well as for heritage language programs in Eindhoven who participate in HLSE's network!. If you are an HL program active in HLSE, email heritagelanguageschools040@gmail.com for the free participation link. If you are not a member of Mother Tongues, Móðurmál, or an HL program active in HLSE, you can register using this link.

The U.S. HL coalition reports the results of surveys conducted (in March and June, 2020) with leaders in community-based schools in the U.S. and Canada, where they describe how they are functioning and growing during the COVID-19 transition. 

Webinar recording, PowerPoint slides, and more can be accessed on the Coalition website.

November 30, 2020
Online event (based in U.S.)

Technology in Community-Based Heritage Schools

January 21, 2020
Online event (based in U.S.)

The U.S. HL coalition will hold a series of virtual discussions about technology platforms and tools for community-based schools. Their first discussion will be held on January 21, 7:00-8:30 EST and led by Agnes Tounkara from the French Heritage Language Program in New York City.

To be able to participate, fill out the registration form by January 15. You will receive the Zoom link a few days before the event.

Friday, January 29, 2021
Online event (based in Friesland)

Heb je zin om te brainstormen over het onderwijs? Wil je meer weten over talige diversiteit in het onderwijs, of wil je je kennis hierover delen? Dan ben je op 29 januari 2021 van harte welkom op het onlinecongres Talige Diversiteit in het Onderwijs (TaDivO) - een meertalige dag met veel inspiratiesessies en mogelijkheden voor (online) uitwisseling.

Doelgroep: Lerarenopleiders, leerkrachten en docenten, onderzoekers, studenten, logopedisten, speciaal onderwijs, NT2-professionals, BSO, huiswerkbegeleiding, schoolmaatschappelijk werk, jeugdzorg, beleidsmakers, en ieder ander die de alledaagse meertaligheid waardeert en er meer over wil weten.

Discussie-uurtje "Meer Talen in het onderwijs"

February 17, 2021 (and following Wednesdays)
online (based in Amsterdam)

Elke woensdagmiddag organiseert Stichting Taal naar Keuze een online discussie-uurtje, van 16.30 - 17.30, om met schoolleiders, taaldocenten, en andere belanghebbenden te praten over meer talen in het onderwijs. Het kan gaan over de relatie thuistalen en gelijke kansen, over organisatorische kwesties, over wat mag en kan volgens de wet, etc. Het uurtje wordt geopend door een pitch van een special guest.

Op 17 februari is de special guest Laurens Runderkamp, docent Duits en Geschiedenis op Spinoza20first in Amsterdam.

HLSE Meetup: UNESCO Mother Tongue Day

February 18, 2021

MS Teams

To celebrate UNESCO Mother Tongue Day, we are offering the opportunity for heritage language program organizers and teachers to catch up virtually via MS Teams. We can rendezvous online from 20:00 - 21:15 on Thursday, February 18.

If you are a heritage language program organizer/teacher in Eindhoven and you are interested in joining, please email us to let us know which email address we can use to invite you. We will send you the link you need to participate. You can participate through your browser if you do not want to download Teams.

2021 International Mother Language Day

Fostering multilingualism for inclusion in education and society

February 19, 2021
online event (based in Paris)

The theme of the 2021 International Mother Language Day, “Fostering multilingualism for inclusion in education and society,” recognizes that languages and multilingualism can advance inclusion, and the Sustainable Development Goals’ focus on leaving no one behind. UNESCO believes education, based on the first language or mother tongue, must begin from the early years as early childhood care and education is the foundation of learning.

Technical specifications: The webinar will be held in English, French and Spanish with simultaneous interpretation, as well as in French sign language. It will be conducted through the Zoom webinar platform. Participants will receive the link to the event upon registration. It takes place from 10:00 CET to 12:30.

Six days of panels, webinars, and round table discussions.

February 22 - 27, 2021
Online event (based in Europe)

March 3, 2021
Online event (based in Brummen)

In het literair café Brummen online om 20:00 op 3 maart gaat Marit Törnqvist een lezing houden over de waarde van het behouden van je moedertaal voor je identiteit en ontwikkeling.


Zij zal vertellen

  • over haar eigen moedertaal, wat het betekende te verhuizen naar een land waar zij de taal niet kende

  • over de verchillende welkomstboeken die zijn samenstelde in het arabisch tijdens de vluchtelingengolf 2015-2016

  • over hoe taal overleven is als je op de vlucht bent en hoe het voor sommige getraumatiseerde onmogelijk is een nieuwe taal te leren

  • over bruggen slaan met taal

  • maar ook over de extreem rechtse partij Svverigdemokraterna in Zweden die boeken in eigen taal uit de bibliotheken willen halen en wat dat eigenlijk betekent

U kunt zich uiterlijk 2 maart aanmelden bij taalmarkt@brummencultuur.nl als u de lezing online wilt bijwonen en voor meer informatie. Iedereen die zich aanmeldt voor de lezing ontvangt van tevoren een inlogcode en uitleg over de gang van zaken.

Raising Multilingual Children

March 18, 2021
online event (based in Tilburg)

Would you like to understand how to raise happy and successful children in today’s multicultural environment? Want to know more about promoting multilingual development? This event is organized by the Tilburg International Club.

March 29, 2021
Online event (based in Eindhoven)

A new law (Wet Bestuur en Toezicht Rechtspersonen) will take effect on July 1, 2021, that has to do with foundations (stichtingen) and associations (verenigingen) in the Netherlands. With the law, the government wants to prevent mismanagement, irresponsible financial management, self-enrichment, abuse of positions, and other undesirable activities from harming foundations and associations. Stichting Supportpunt Eindhoven is organizing a webinar (in Dutch) on Monday, March 29, from 19:30 to 20:30 to discuss the new law and its implications. Those who are interested can register here.

March 31, 2021
Online event (based in Eindhoven)

The political party GroenLinks is organizing an online event (in English) on Wednesday, March 31, from 20:00 to 21:00 for the international community to ask them: what do you need to feel at home in Eindhoven? Several members of the HLSE community are signed up to this event to give voice to the needs of multilingual children in Eindhoven and their right to heritage language education. If you are interested in joining, you can register here for the GroenLinks event.

April 15, 2021
Online event (based in Eindhoven)

During the Holland Expat Center South's Expat Kids & Parents Lounge, you will be able to speak directly with parties that can help your family settle into the region! The event takes place on April 15, 2021, from 14:00 to 15:30.  The following organizations will present during our event:

  • Heritage Language Schools Eindhoven

  • Midwifery Practice Eindhoven

  • Expat Kids Eindhoven

  • Eindhoven Sport - Swimming Classes at Tongelreep & Ir. Ottenbad

  • Korein Kinderplein - Childcare Services

  • David Lloyd Eindhoven - GymKids Club & Kids Sports Activities


There's no charge to attend, but registration is required.

June 3, 2021
Online event (based in Eindhoven)

In this online event, parents can hear expert speaker Dr. Franck Scola discuss the development of multilingual children. Dr. Scola sees that multilingual children can be misdiagnosed. What is a real speech impairment and what should parents not worry about? Dr. Scola will outline different types of multilingualism and will deconstruct some preconceived ideas about it. He will review several notions about becoming bilingual during childhood that have to do with cognitive, academic, medical, speech, and identity development.

This was an event organized by HLSE. More details are available here.

Webinar: Meertaligheid

A free webinar with speaker Marinella Orioni has been organized by werkgroep Leesoffensief, to address multilingualism (in Dutch) on July 13.

July 13, 2021
Online (based in Eindhoven)

Events 2019-2020

 

September 14, 2019
Reigerlaan Basisschool

The Korean School Eindhoven will celebrate its opening with a ceremony, with visitors from the Korean embassy. After the ceremony, a "Lekker Korea" charity event will follow where attendees will have a chance to taste some Korean food. All proceeds will go to the Korean school.

Raising Multilingual Children

September 15, 2019
Eindhoven Library

Eindhoven is becoming increasingly international, and both children and schools go through a process of adjusting to this intercultural and multilingual environment. One of the first and most important tasks of expat children is to master the Dutch language. Many of these children are already born into multilingual families, exposed to at least two languages from their parents.


This talk by Elif Durgel will help parents become informed about the benefits of multilingual development and importance of mastering the local language for their children. Parents will leave this session with a clear understanding of which strategies they can to use to ensure  happy and healthy language development of their multilingual children.

HLSE Meetup: European Day of Languages

September 26, 2019
Stadsbrouwerij, Eindhoven

What better way to celebrate the European Day of Languages than for the members of the HLSE community to meet up for a borrel? From 19:30 - 22:30 on Thursday, September 26, you are welcome to drop by the Stadsbrouwerij for a drink and a chat. There is no agenda and everyone pays for his/her own drinks/snacks. There will be some catching up between heritage language school heads -- and maybe even some brainstorming. Hope to see you there!

Inauguration of ICIN-Education

September 28, 2019
SALTO International School RISE

ICIN-Education will celebrate its opening with a ceremony at the SALTO International School RISE. On the agenda (starting at 11:00) is an opening, registration and Q&A, and a talk on Mahatma Gandhi and non-violence by Ms. Kanta Rani from the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Embassy of India. Following this there will be a meet and greet with the language teachers as well as coffee and tea with snacks. View invitation.

October 3, 2019
Eindhoven

This conference brings together professionals in the field of language development and education on current topics. In a diverse society like the Dutch you meet children daily who grow up multilingual. Children of migrants and refugees often speak a different language at home than at school. However, children are often assumed to have Dutch as their mother tongue.

How does the language development of multilingual children work? How do you arrive at an integral pedagogical-didactic approach within multicultural classes?

This congress is intended for higher professional education (HBO) and academically trained professionals who are (jointly) responsible for contributing to the language development of multilingual children and teenagers. Think of speech therapists, linguists, teachers, education advisers, remedial teachers, ambulatory counselors, VVE employees, behavioral experts, psychologists, and pediatricians.

Community-Based Heritage Language Schools Conference

October 12, 2019
Washington, D.C.

The 6th Annual Community-Based Heritage Language Schools Conference will be held at American University in the United States. The conference will include informative sessions for school administrators, teachers, and researchers about developing and maintaining a strong community-based program. Their keynote speakers, Antonella Cortese and Trudi Aberdeen, with the International & Heritage Languages Association (IHLA) in Alberta, Canada, will describe their community-based schools initiatives and propose ways to collaborate.

Is this conference way too far away? You can still check out video from their 2018 conference here.

DRONGO Talenfestival

October 25 - 26, 2019
Nijmegen

The theme of the 8th edition of the DRONGO language festival is "The impact of language." At the DRONGO language festival 2019 it is not only about what language is, but also about what language does. As a means for development and as a source of pleasure, as a cause of inequality and as a result of fantasy. View program for 2019, including talks about multilingualism and the heritage language, such as DE IMPACT VAN DE THUISTAAL OP MEERTALIGE KINDEREN and HOEVEEL TALEN SPREEK JIJ?

October 30, 2019
Amsterdam

The event Thuis in Taal: De meerwaarde van meertaligheid in het onderwijs is organized in collaboration with Faculty of Humanities at the University of Amsterdam and Stichting Platform Sociale Binding.  The event will take place from 20:00 - 21:30 at Spui 25 in Amsterdam. Registration is free, but cancellations must be reported.


Mother tongue lessons help children learn Dutch. Nevertheless, the government decided in 2004 to abolish this type of education. Instead, heritage language schools were established where children are taught in their own language. In the current situation, the migrant communities themselves have been made responsible for education in their own language, with certain inconveniences. During this program we reflect on the role and responsibility of national and local government when it comes to a vision of language skills in education and beyond.

November 11 - 15, 2019
Amsterdam (IAIE)

This conference focuses on sharing insights pertaining to the fields of Intercultural Education, Multicultural Education, Human Rights Education, Citizenship Education, and Education for Democracy and Global Education, when it comes to addressing present day diversity issues. The international conference will allow teachers, students and academics to share insights and experiences, and to be exposed to the state of the art research on issues relating to diversity and education. Participants will also be able to gain new knowledge and grow their skill set through training. 

In sum, this conference will focus the challenges and opportunities relating to teaching and learning in diverse environments in the 21st century. The first days of the conference will focus on practical workshops, while the second part of the conference will have more of an academic focus with scholars presenting their research.

December 5, 2019

After a year of testing and piloting, the Rutu Foundation is pleased to announce that the first two Language Friendly Schools are the St. Janschool and DENISE, both in They are now ready to expand their global network and they invite all those interested to join them for a special webinar to discuss: What is a Language Friendly School? How can my school join? What are the benefits of being part of this global network?

The event takes place at 15:00-15:45 Central European Time (Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin). Click here to access the webinar.

Raising Multilingual Children

December 11, 2019
De Hangar, Meerhoven

One of the most fundamental issues that expats moving abroad are faced with is bi/multilingualism with regard to themselves and to their children. Especially when it comes to raising bilingual or multilingual children, parents are often faced with many questions and dillemmas. As Meerhoven is more than abundant in multilingual children, Meerhoven Internationals Platform has invited Elif Durgel - a psychologist who specializes in parenting and child development in intercultural contexts, to talk about these challenges. Elif Durgel runs Roots and Wings Academy where she provides coaching and workshops for parents and gives internationalization trainings to schools.

The talk takes place from 19:00 to 21:00. The event is free of charge but registration is required.

January 22 - February 1, 2020
Eindhoven Library

As a celebration of the Nationale Voorleesdagen in the Netherlands, the Picture Book of the Year Grumpy Duck will be read aloud in 10 different languages at the Eindhoven Library. Check here regularly to see which languages will be read.

February 5, 2020
Leeuwaarden

In the inaugural lecture of Dr. Joana Duarte, professor in Multilingualism and Literacy at the Academy for Primary Education, a plea will be made for both the teachers as researchers in their own practice and for a stronger connection between education, research and practice in the field of multilingual education. In addition, the newest material and the newest tools in this area will be presented for both primary and secondary education.

The program takes place between 14:30 and 17:30 in Leeuwarden and ends with a pleasant drink.

February 6, 2020
Helmond

This event organized by Brainport Eindhoven takes place from 15:30 to 19:00 at the Jan van Brabant College in Helmond. The attendees will be teachers and middle management from Dutch primary and secondary schools. The description below is in Dutch. As a part of the program, Gisi Cannizzaro and Diana Angelova will present information in a talk about the HLSE initiative. See program and registration information.


Twee rondes, zes sprekers per ronde en alles binnen het thema ‘taal en culturele achtergrond’. Dat noemen we een miniconferentie: binnen twee en half uur heb je nieuwe contacten gelegd, ideeën opgedaan en problemen opgelost voor je school. Er komen per jaar drie miniconferenties met elk een eigen thema. 7 november trappen we af met de eerste miniconferentie ‘Look who’s talking’. Elke miniconferentie is snel, informatief, gezellig en to the point. Natuurlijk sluiten we af met een borrel.

HLSE Meetup: International Mother Language Day

February 20, 2020
Stadsbrouwerij, Eindhoven

What better way to celebrate the UNESCO Mother Language Day than for the members of the HLSE community to meet up for a borrel? From 19:30 - 22:30 on Thursday, February 20, you are welcome to drop by the Stadsbrouwerij for a drink and a chat. There is no agenda and everyone pays for his/her own drinks/snacks. There will be some catching up between heritage language school heads -- and maybe even some brainstorming. Hope to see you there!

(Note that this event was moved from Friday, February 21, to Thursday, February 20, in relation to the Carnaval crowds expected on the Friday.)

February 29, 2020
Amsterdam

Centrum Lokomotywa has organized an event to encourage the use of parental native languages and to discuss multilingual upbringing and education. The event is for: multilingual families, policy makers, professionals working in a multilingual environment, teachers with multilingual classes, teachers in language schools, and anybody facing the challenge of bringing up multilingual children. There will be four speakers and a panel discussion. For the program and registration, visit here.

WATCH VIDEO OF PRESENTATIONS

February 29, 2020
Nijmegen

At Kletskoppen Kindertaal Festival you can join in on loads of exciting activities: interactive demonstrations of scientific experiments, informative language games, surprising children’s lectures, crash courses in foreign languages, multilingual book readings, and much more!


The festival is organized by language researchers from the Radboud University and the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen. They are all studying child language development from different perspectives: from babies to teens, from spoken language to sign language, from monolinguals to multilinguals. At the festival they will show what they do, why research is so important and how interesting language learning is! 

Language Friendly School Webinar by Rutu Foundation

May 7, 2020
Online event

The webinars are free and open to parents, teachers, school administrators, researchers, and anybody interested in making schools more inclusive. To be discussed: how teachers and parents can work together to achieve the best outcome for multilingual children. The special guest is Dr. Ute Limacher-Riebold. To join, please register.