2018 Conference Presentations:
- Dr Andy Hancock, University of Edinburgh – Opening remarks
- Kamil Trzebiatowski, EAL Coordinator and Consultant – Translanguaging with EAL learners: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
- Malika Pedley, Bordeaux Montaigne University, France – Multilingualism and creative writing
- Julie McAdam, University of Glasgow: The power of multilingual, multimodal and multicultural picture texts
- Silvia Fiddes Ortiz-Perea, Aberdeenshire EAL Service: Using music to enhance second language acquisition
- Kirsten Barrett, Glasgow EAL Service: An exploration of how technology can be used with EAL learners, with a focus on E-Twinning
- Susan Appleby, High Life Highland: Norway’s multilingual library – a best practice model for Scotland?
- Joanne Hynie, Researcher: A sense of belonging
- Daniela Sime, University of Strathclyde: Eastern European young people in Brexit Britain: Racism, anxiety and a precarious future Briefing 1 Briefing 2
- Annabel MacWilliam and Kim Almond, Edinburgh EAL Service: Working in partnership with primary schools to build capacity for supporting bilingual learners
- Sally Zacharias, University of Glasgow: Developing knowledge about language with student teachers on short EAL input sessions
SATEAL exists to foster and develop the teaching of English as an Additional Language (EAL) in a multi ethnic environment through our conference and website.
SATEAL organises an annual conference for educators across Scotland who are working with bilingual learners and wish to develop their professional skills and knowledge. The SATEAL Conference is an ideal opportunity to network and share with EAL colleagues and professionals from across Scotland.