Language teaching competition
The European Language Label (ELL) is an award for innovative language-learning projects that creatively improve the quality of language teaching. It is awarded to projects that have used creative ways to improve the quality of language teaching, motivate students, and make the best of available resources.
The ELL aims to inspire teachers and learners to adapt innovative and effective ideas and techniques, in accordance to their own needs.
The ELL is open to all aspects of education and training, regardless of age or methods used, with its main focus being to promote innovation in language teaching. By supporting innovative projects the ELL seeks to raise the standards of language teaching across Europe.
Applications may be submitted by schools, colleges, businesses and other institutions involved in language teaching.
The ELL is coordinated by the European Commission, but is managed on a decentralised level by the EU member and non-member states. The European Union Programmes Agency (EUPA) in Malta is accepting applications for ELL and the deadline for the competition for 2012 is next Thursday.
Details, including the application form, are available on the website at www.llp.eupa.org.mt.
The initiative is funded with support from the European Commission’s Directorate General Education and Culture.
For further information visit www.eupa.org.mt.