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ERL Association on the first position of (British) CLIE’s list of international organisations
British Committee for Linguistics in Education has put the International Association for the Educational Role of Language (ERLA) - set up by dr Michal Daszkiewicz (Institute of English) and stemming from the ERL Conferences organised at our faculty - on the first position of organisations outside the UK building bridges between linguistics and schools: http://clie.org.uk/links/. The decision follows the 3rd International Pedagogical and Linguistic Conference ‘Educational Role of Language. How Do We Understand It?’ , organised by ERLA’s founder and hosted by the Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences in Vilnius on 15-16 June 2018.
More information about the activity of ERL Association (and also ERL Network preceding it) can be found at https://en.wns.ug.edu.pl/
The next ERL Conference will be held this year in Craiova (Romania) on 17-18 June 2019 this year. All those whose interest combine education and language can read about it at http://
Educational Role of Language Association and Network
International Association for the Educational Role of Language (ERL Association), founded by dr Michał Daszkiewicz from the Institute of Education, aims (1) to study and boost the position of language in education, and (2) to bridge the gap between linguistic and educational studies. ERL Association welcomes new members and seeks cooperation with groups and establishments sharing the pedagogically-linguistic scope. All the information about ERLA membership, ERLA events, ERL Journal, and the WHY, the WHO, the HOW, and the WHAT of the association can be found at http://educationalroleoflanguage.org/
Educational Role of Language Network (ERL Network), coordinated by dr Michał Daszkiewicz from the Institute of Education, is an informal world-wide circle of researchers cooperating on issues at the intersection of pedagogy and language. Currently, it unites academics from 28 states (Australia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, England, Florida, Greece, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Japan, Kenya, Lithuania, Northern Ireland, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Romania, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Vietnam, Wales) and is still expanding. All the key information about ERL projects, ERL people, ERL conferences, and ERL developments is available at http://educationalroleoflanguage.ug.edu.pl/home.
Both ERL Association and ERL Network can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org.