Avermaet, Piet Van

The Multilingual Edge of Education

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Multilingual Edge of Education
Piet Avermaet, Stef Slembrouck, Koen Gorp, Sven Sierens, Katrijn Maryns

Part I. Multilingualism in Education in a Context of Globalisation: A Status Quaestionis

2. Strategies of Multilingualism in Education for Minority Children
Stef Slembrouck, Piet Avermaet, Koen Gorp

3. Disrupting Linguistic Inequalities in US Urban Classrooms: The Role of Translanguaging
Ofelia García, Kate Seltzer, Daria Witt

4. Urban Multilingualism and Educational Achievement: Identifying and Implementing Evidence-Based Strategies for School Improvement
Jim Cummins

Part II. Linguistic Diversity in the Home Context and the Normative Discourses of Educational Institutions

5. Teaching in Two Languages: The Pedagogical Value of Code-Switching in Multilingual Classroom Settings
Sithembele Marawu

6. Multilingualism and Translanguaging as a Resource for Teaching and Learning in French Guiana
Sophie Alby, Isabelle Léglise

7. Migration and Plurilingualism in Southern European Homes and Schools
Stefania Scaglione, Sandro Caruana

8. Translanguaging: A Matter of Sociolinguistics, Pedagogics and Interaction?
Stef Slembrouck, Kirsten Rosiers

Part III. Perception, Experiential Voice and Narrative in Accounts of Multilingualism

9. Double-Edged Valorizations of Urban Heteroglossia
Jürgen Jaspers

10. From the Margins to the Centre: Multilingual Teachers in a Monolingual System: Professional Identities, Skills and Knowledge
Jean Conteh

11. Children’s Bilingualism: An Inspiration for Multilingual Educational Practices
Anastasia Gkaintartzi, Roula Tsokalidou, Evi Kompiadou, Evi Markou

12. Teaching African Languages the Ubuntu Way: The Effects of Translanguaging Among Pre-Service Teachers in South Africa
Leketi Makalela

Part IV. The Added Value of Plurilingual Repertoires

13. Breaking Out of L2-Exclusive Pedagogies: Teachers Valorizing Immigrant Pupils’ Multilingual Repertoire in Urban Dutch-Medium Classrooms
Sven Sierens, Griet Ramaut

14. Translanguaging as a Key to Educational Success: The Experience of One Irish Primary School
David Little, Déirdre Kirwan

15. Conclusion: Multilingualism, Diversity and Equitable Learning: Towards Crossing the ‘Abyss’
Kathleen Heugh

Keywords: Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Language Education, Language Teaching, Teaching and Teacher Education, Administration, Organization and Leadership, Minority Languages

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