Macedonia partners the BC in a digital revolution
Created: Monday, 22 April 2013 15:47
By Svetlana Neftenova
The Macedonian Bureau for the Development of Education is focusing on greater usage of information and computer technology (ICT) in schools in order to improve the teaching process across all subjects in the country. This poses a requirement on the part of the teachers to use as much digital content as possible, thus making lessons more interesting and interactive for the students, which in turn will result in better-quality teaching. To achieve its goal, the bureau has partnered with us at the British Council in Macedonia to give support in one particular segment – support for English language teachers in their further professional development in the area of ICT and improvement of their teaching process by using digital content.
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EU embraces a multilingual future for all
Created: Tuesday, 16 April 2013 08:27
Samir Avdibegović writes
With 250 languages spoken today in Europe and many more worldwide, a number of questions arise. How is Europe managing its language diversity? What are the languages children should learn in schools to be competitive in tomorrow’s world? How many and what minority languages are being used in business, media and public spaces, and what would happen if they were to be used more or less?
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