World CLIL 2022:
Sharing Classrooms, Sharing Worlds
The Hague, the Netherlands
7 - 8 July 2022
World CLIL 2022 in The Hague
In classrooms on all populated continents of the world, learners are engaged in learning content in a language that they do not speak at home. Depending on where you are, you may know this as Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) or under another name.
Through such approaches, learners develop as language users but also have the opportunity to broaden their horizons and to grow as global citizens. In these uncertain and even tumultuous times, having the knowledge, skills and attitudes to communicate across and within cultures and communities has never been more important.
Against this backdrop and in the spirit of strengthening our own international community, the World CLIL 2022 conference aims to bring together teachers, policy-makers and researchers from diverse cultural, linguistic and professional backgrounds.
Wondering how to get to the Hague? Where to stay? What else there is to do in the area? Or are you wondering how to access the conference online? The essential information will be sent to participants by email, but you can also take a look at the Practical Info for some tips.
AILA World Congress 2023
Got the conference bug? In July 2023 the 20th anniversary edition of the AILA World Congress will be held in Lyon, France. The theme of the conference is Diversity and social cohesion in a globalised world: moving towards more engaged language studies. In other words, a perfect follow-up to World CLIL!
The conference programme will include a symposium by the AILA CLIL Research Network on Assessment in CLIL, as well as a separate symposium on Literacies in CLIL. The call for papers for inclusion in the symposia is open until 26 June 2022. The conference will take place on 17-21 July 2023, both online and onsite in Lyon.
For more information, see the website here.