Call for Paper - Vol 15, No 1 - 2019

Special Issue on EMBRACING LANGUAGE AWARENESS AND LANGUAGE DIVERSITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY
EXTENDED DEADLINE - November 30th, 2018

Guest Editor: Letizia Cinganotto, INDIRE (Italy)
, Kristina Lodding Cunningham,Senior Policy Officer, in charge of Multilingualism in the Directorate General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture of the European Commission

 

 Call for Paper - Vol 15, No 2 - 2019

Special Issue on EDUCATIONAL ROBOTICS: RESEARCH AND PRACTICES OF ROBOTS IN EDUCATION
DEADLINE - March 10th, 2019

Guest Editor: Veronica Rossano, University of Bari (Italy), Rita Francesce, University of Salerno (Italy)

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