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A Regional Assessment of Bilingual Programmes in Primary and Secondary Schools: the Teachers’ View: Profile on PlumX
Title: A Regional Assessment of Bilingual Programmes in Primary and Secondary Schools: the Teachers’ View
Authors: Durán Martínez, Ramiro
Beltrán Llavador, Fernando
Keywords: Enseñanza bilingüe
Bilingual Programmes
CLIL
Assessment
Teachers' perceptions
Training
Spain
Issue Date: Jan-2016
Citation: Durán Martínez, R., Beltrán Llavador, F. (2016). A Regional Assessment of Bilingual Programmes in Primary and Secondary Schools: the Teachers’ View. Porta linguarum, 25, pp. 79-92
Abstract: [EN]This article analyses the teachers’ assessment of bilingual sections in Castile and León’s schools after seven years of implementation. Results are drawn from the analysis of a questionnaire filled out by 151 teachers on three dimensions: training, teaching resources, and impact of the initiative. Our study reveals that the teachers’ high degree of satisfaction concerning initial training is not incompatible with their perceived need for continuous professional development. Amongst the most profitable areas of investment, international links are ranked first. In spite of its costs, 92% consider bilingual sections a worthwhile educational initiative with manifold benefits for the school community.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10366/132772
ISSN: 1697-7467
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