Sharing activities during COVID19-related school closures
We are publishing a special series of blog posts to help support parents and EAL learners during school closures and we need your help!
We are after 500-word (approx) posts that describe an activity that can be done at home either with the help of parents or independently by learners, or that can be repurposed by teachers as they set online learning tasks. You can view what we have published to date in this series here, for ideas.
Paste your post directly into the form below, with a little bit about who you are. We will publish these as we get them.
Hearing, representing and sharing the voices of members of the EAL community is of utmost importance to NALDIC. We are always interested to hear from educators, researchers, academics, parents, and students who have a story to tell.
We publish posts of between 750 and 1000 words on a host of different topics. Browse the blog for examples of articles on classroom strategies, community initiatives, celebrations of multilingualism, research reviews and reports, guidance, news, and views. We welcome writers of any stage and experience.
If you would like to write a blog post for NALDIC’s EALjournal.org please get in touch using the form below.
If you are submitting for a plain language summary of Masters or PhD research, please read our guidance here.