Math: the Universal Language?

The aim of the ‘home’ project is to explore how caregivers can be empowered through the use of translanguaging strategies. …How can parents and caregivers play a role in previewing certain mathematical concepts in the home language as an introduction to what is learned in class?

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Science Museums Speak More Than One Language

Incorporating families’ home languages, through translanguaging strategies, can lead to increased engagement, curiosity and sense of belonging in science, which is important because migrant and multilingual groups are currently underrepresented in science.

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Children As Co-Researchers

Within the Multi-STEM project, we aim to involve newcomer children as stakeholders and co-researchers. We want them to actively participate and share their thoughts, experiences, and expectations regarding using their home language in education.

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