Tore Otterup: Chances and challenges of mother tongue tuition in Sweden and Austria

27. März 2019

Prof. em. Tore Otterup (University Gothenburg, Sweden) and Prof. Rainer Hawlik (University College of Teacher Education Vienna, Austria) discuss the developments of mother tongue tuition in school education since the 1970s. They discuss common interests of mother tongue tuition, but also differences in the approach towards heritage language education. It is stated that the aim of a pedagogy of migration is to impart knowledge about how contemporary migration interrogates and unsettles social orders and on how educational institutions and their pedagogical actors in this field should respond to it. Mother tongue tuition teachers can play a crucial role for plurilingual children in their early years in kindergarten and primary education. They can coach them in early years to develop a positive self-concept, while these kids start to accept their hybrid identities.

University of Gothenburg
https://www.gu.se/english
 
KoMMM an PH Wien
Kompetenzstelle für Mehrsprachigkeit, Migration und Menschenrechtsbildung
https://kommm.phwien.ac.at
 
KoMMM-Team Member Rainer Hawlik
https://kommm.phwien.ac.at/team/hawlik/
http://rainerhawlik.blogspot.com
 
Projects:
 
KINDINMI – The Kindergarten as a Factor of Inclusion for Migrant Children and their Families
https://kindinmi.phwien.ac.at
 
AMuSE – Approaches to Multilingual Schools in Europe
http://amuse.eurac.edu/en/home/default.html
 
LinguaInclusion
http://www.eurac.edu/en/research/autonomies/commul/projects/Pages/projectdetails.aspx?pid=7690
 
Institution; Vienna Board of Education
 
Sprachförderzentrum Wien
http://www.sfz-wien.at
  • Format: audio
  • Produktion:

    PH Wien / KOMMM / Rainer Hawlik

  • Produktionsdatum: 04/03/2019
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Copyright: CC BY-NC-SA
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