Dr Daniela Sime
Daniela Sime is Senior Lecturer in Education and Social Justice at the University of Strathclyde and elected member of the Young Academy of Royal Society of Edinburgh. She conducts research in the areas of social justice and inequalities, with a focus on children and young people’s education, participatin in society and equal opportunities. She is currently leading a project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) entitled Here to Stay? Identity, belonging and citizenship among Eastern European settled migrant children in the UK (a decade after EU enlargement) and has published extensively on a range of issues in education and social policy:
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.