Programa

 

Day 1 - June 17

9:00

Registration

9:30

Opening

9:45

KEY NOTE: Jane Turner: How do we know they have got it?

10:45

Morning Coffee

11:15

CLIL in Spanish Primary Education. The Development of Key Competences: Science though the L2. Javier Fernandez Sanjurjo, Dr. José Miguel Arias Blanco, Dr. Alberto Fernandez Costales

English Planet: An Integrated projects in Arts and Sciences. Diego San Martin. Colegio Miravalles-El Redin.

Workshop: Making Science come alive. Anne Goldsworthy (30 pax reservation)

Pluriliteracies-mapping deep learning progressioons into CLIL STEM learning. Oliver Mayer, Teresa Connolly, JGU Mainz.

 

11:45

Integrating science, art and ICT in the English classroom. Carmé Carbonés, Isabel Cirvera, Universitata de Barcelona

Julen Carreño, Redin-Miravalles

Workshop: Making Science come alive. Anne Goldsworthy (30 pax reservation)

Workshop Secundaria CaixaKit Curiosity. Sponsored by EduCaixa.

 

12:15

“International Assessment in Science: PISA & TIMSS” Lis Cercadillo/Mª Jesús Cabañas (INEE)

"Preparados para la realidad que viene" Beatriz Velasco. Grupo Siena

Workshop: Making Science come alive. Anne Goldsworthy (30 pax reservation)

Workshop Secundaria CaixaKit Curiosity. Sponsored by EduCaixa.

Watch, Listen, Speak

Teach CLIL with film and audio

Roshi Bouchier, Twig World Ltd

12:45

How motivated are subject teachers in Higher education?The case of a CLIL programme in Spain. Diana Giner, Nashwa Nashaat. San Jorge University.

How to help pupils achieve in a multi lingual setting'. Kulvinder Johal y Emma Houlton.

Academic speech functions in CLIL discourse: a classroom-based research. Alessandro Mencarelli, University of Milan.

Watch, Listen, Speak

Teach CLIL with film and audio

Roshi Bouchier, Twig World Ltd

13:15

Seminar: Talk for Learning in Science Lyn Dawes (30 pax. Reservation)

Japanese non-English major University student attitudes to the study of Economics in English. Martin Parsons, Hannan University (Japan).

Workshop: Big questions, big thinking. Learning as scientists do. Marta Cervera. Pearson.

Workshop: KitCaixa Curiosity. Sponsored by EduCaixa.

Speaking: from LOTS to HOTS. Iñigo Cassis

13:45

Problematizing on language issues in EMI: opinions of Science and Technology EMI lecturers.Guzman Mancho-Barés

Teacher training for CLIL, Paz Azparren

14:30

LUNCH

15:30

KEY NOTE: Neil Mercer

16:15

Workshop: How PBL in STEM enhances cognitive and linguistic development in CLIL Science in the Primary classroom. Lola Thompson-Garay. Sponsored by Vicens Vives.

Round table: Science teachers. Javier Novo, Adam Podhorski, Carlos de Miguel, Ariane Vetorazzi, Amparo Zaragoza, Carol Cullinane.

In-service teacher training to empower 2.0 CLIL teachers. Rosamaria Felip Falcó. Departament d'Ensenyament. Generalitat de Catalunya.

The Light Academy Project

Giulia Bini, Liceo Scientifico Leonardo da Vinci, Milan

Workshop: Arduino: Innovative resources for teaching programming in Secondary. Frederique Muscinesi. Ultra-Lab. Sponsored by EduCaixa

16:45

Workshop: How PBL in STEM enhances cognitive and linguistic development in CLIL Science in the Primary classroom. Lola Thompson-Garay. Sponsored by Vicens Vives.

Round table: Science teachers. Javier Novo, Adam Podhorski, Carlos de Miguel, Ariane Vetorazzi, Amparo Zaragoza, Carol Cullinane.

Authentic material in CLILScience WW. Shawn Redwood, Colegio Nuestra Señora del Pilar.

Workshop: What really works! Technology and CLIL. Marta Cervera. Sponsored by Pearson

Workshop: Arduino: Innovative resources for teaching programming in Secondary. Frederique Muscinesi. Ultra-Lab. Sponsored by EduCaixa

17:15

Bringing the World into the classroom in CLIL Science: Fermín Lorente -Escolapios Tafalla

Round table: Science teachers. Javier Novo, Adam Podhorski, Carlos de Miguel, Ariane Vetorazzi, Amparo Zaragoza, Carol Cullinane.

Thinking based learning in CLIL science:projects,skills, routines. Juan Galarraga, Colegio Irabia-Izaga

Workshop: What really works! Technology and CLIL. Marta Cervera. Sponsored by Pearson

Workshop: Arduino: Innovative resources for teaching programming in Secondary. Frederique Muscinesi. Ultra-Lab. Sponsored by EduCaixa

17:45

Snack

18:30

Guided visit to the centre of Pamlona. Meet at the entrance of the conference building (Amigos) 18:45

 

Day 2 - June 18

 

9:15

La confluencia entre enfoque por Tareas y la metodología CLIL: narrativa del proyecto "Sciencepro". Francisco Javier Sanz Trigueros, Ana Isabel Alario Trigueros

Focus on Lexis: ICLHE students'perceptions of lecturers? Practices. Nashwa Nashaat, Diana Giner, Elisa Langa.San Jorge University.

Entrenamiento en competencias específicas para la asignatura "Science" en secciones bilingües de la Educación Primaria en Castilla y León. Natalia Barranco, Universidad de Valladolid .

Science CLIL activities in class in order to prevent teens and drug abuses. Immacolata Ercolino, University of Camerino.

Workshop: Little Bits- Hands on resources for teaching programming in Primary. Violeta Gil Ultra-Lab. Sponsored by EduCaixa

9:45

Balancing Theory and Practice in the Middle School Science CLIL Classroom: A Unit on Heat Energy. Aviva Mirels Lauria, Silvia Erla. Collegio Arcivescovile "Dame Inglesi", Rovereto.

Extending language-related episodes: Team-teaching for technology in engineering contexts, Carmen Sancho Guinda, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.

Workshop: Science Bits, a science curriculum for Secondary School to engage students in Science&English learning. Héctor Ruiz Martin y Pol Bantí Martínez

The Link between the teaching and Learning of Mathematics and Physics through English at School and at University. Francesca Costa. Universitá Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.

Workshop: Little Bits- Hands on resources for teaching programming in Primary. Violeta Gil Ultra-Lab. Sponsored by EduCaixa

10:15

Making Input motivating in primary science: Amanda McLoughlin. Oxford University Press.

The perfect dose of Scientific English in Pharmacy: CLIL and ESP interconnections. Desirée Acebes y Elisa Langa.Universidad San Jorge in Zaragoza

Workshop: Science BITS-Héctor Ruiz Martin y Pol Bantí Martínez

Integrating pronounciation instruction into CLIL Science and Technology lessons. Luis Miguel Roa Berodia, Universidad de Valladolid.

Preparing future primary science teachers at the University of Navarra. Alicia Diez, UNAV.

10:45

Tea & Coffee

11:15

KEY NOTE: Stuart Naylor (aula 12)

12:15

Workshop: IT’S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE; JUST GOOD PRIMARY PRACTICE! Diana Lindsay. Sponsored by The British Council.

The long tradition of genre analysis in ESP:does it have anything to say in CLIL? María Angeles Martín del Pozo, Universidad de Valladolid.

Multiple immersions in Germany: a European perspective. Hennig Wode, Universitat Kiel.

Social sciences through English: practices that work. Elena del Pozo

Watch, Listen, Speak

Teach CLIL with film and audio

Roshi Bouchier, Twig World Ltd

12:45

Workshop: IT’S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE; JUST GOOD PRIMARY PRACTICE! Diana Lindsay. Sponsored by The British Council.

Economics and English: A case study of the Commerce Department in Sidi Bel Abbés, Algeria. Miloud Bekkar. University of Mascara.

"Autómatas en Educación Infantil". Palma García Hormigo. Colegio Puertoblanco.

Using a digital platform to teach ‘Science sense’ (Cultura Científica) through English in 1º de Bachiller. Phillip Ball, Carmen Anderson. Federation of Basque Schools

Watch, Listen, Speak

Teach CLIL with film and audio

Roshi Bouchier, Twig World Ltd

13:15

KEY NOTE: Jane Turner

14:15

Certificates