[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
[InetBib] 4th Baltic Sea Conference on Literacy - Searching for a Common Language. January 16th-21st 2020. Tallinn, Estonia
- Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2019 08:55:06 +0000
- From: "Wesendorf, Kerstin via InetBib" <inetbib@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] 4th Baltic Sea Conference on Literacy - Searching for a Common Language. January 16th-21st 2020. Tallinn, Estonia
Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,
wir möchten Sie im Namen des Organisationsteams über folgende Konferenz in
Weiter unten finden Sie die Informationen.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Bereich 21 - Bibliotheken
Tel.: +49 89 15921 365
Teachers, university people and all other interested in integration of learners
with different language and cultural background are very welcome.
The topic is hot in education globally.
Together with about 100 presenters from all over the World there are several
presenters from Germany.
Rich social program combined with study tours; schools, museums and libraries
visits and professional interaction lasts from Jan. 16th-22nd
Below is the information letters with links to the web
(www.4bscl2020.ee<http://www.4bscl2020.ee>), blog and registration.
Thank you ahead
Estonian Reading Association
The 4th Baltic Sea Conference on Literacy "Searching for a Common Language"
taking place already in two months, 16-21 January 2020!
Watch the video: 10 reasons to visit Estonia
Join us on
It is not too late to join the conference! The conference will offe rich
cultural experiences and thoughtful discussions about innovative ideas!
Registration at a reduced fee is available until 7 January, 2020.
If you would like to add any social events to your previous registration,
please e-mail to kristin@xxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:kristin@xxxxxxxxxxx>.
The topics of the conference "Searching for a Common Language" are:
* early literacy and intervention
* literacy teachers and instruction
* digital competences and literacy
* literacy environments and libraries
* equal access to literacy and support to students with special needs
* lifelong development of literacy skills
January 18-19 is when the conference takes place at Tallinn University. Read
more about the plenary presenters, invited speakers, parallel session speakers
on the conference website. You can also read their abstracts already now
Keep an eye on the homepage, we are continuously updating it!
The conference organisers have compiled a versatile program for events before,
during and after the conference!
January 16: tour in the Tallinn Old Town (UNESCO World Heritage Site), museums,
libraries and dinner at the Children's Literature Center.
January 17: visiting schools that implement the integration approach as well as
conference opening and reception at sunset on the National Song Festival Grounds
January 18: creative evening at Tallinn University where participants have the
opportunity to sing, dance, play musical instruments and be creative together
January 19: festive dinner at the medieval Olde Hansa restaurant
January 20: selection between excursions to Narva, Maardu and Paide
January 21: participants get to introduce their culture and language in schools
and kindergartens of Tallinn
Estonia is a safe and friendly place for tourists! The organizers of the
conference will offer a rich cultural experience and thoughtful discussion for
For a more thorough description, click on:
The secretariat has pre-booked rooms with discount prices from a wide range of
hotels and hostels. You can book accommodation with the special conference
prices on the event's website. These prices only apply when booking through
that form. Booking is possible up until about a month before the event,
depending on the hotel. Book now!
[Das Bild wurde vom Absender
The organisers of the Conference are the Estonian Reading Association
in cooperation with the Federation of European Literacy
Listeninformationen unter http://www.inetbib.de.