Since 2009 the Source Language Teaching Group strives to meet the needs of the student body for less commonly taught source languages. Our goal is to contribute to the already international outlook of the university, facilitate the students’ research and educational experience, and better prepare them for working and living in an increasingly globalized academic and professional world.
Have you been longing for a course in Arabic? Wondered what it would be like to take Hebrew or finally sink your teeth into Latin or Greek? Do you need to learn Turkish or any of the languages of Central, Eastern or Southeast Europe? Now you can act on it, here at CEU.
Welcome to Humanising Language Teaching (HLT).
and articles about 21st Century Skills, NLP, CLIL, Primary, Secondary and more!
Language Teaching and Educational Research ( LATER) (ISSN: 2636-8102) is an international biannual(june-december) peer-reviewed academic journal that aims to promote the practical, theoretical and methodological understanding of learning, teaching and educational research. LATER encourages submission from all fields of education, and in particular, from second/foreign language pedagogy. LATER considers original research articles, instructional papers, literature reviews, research reports, meta-studies as well as book reviews for publication. LATER publishes articles in the English and Turkish languages.
Articles to be considered for publication must be original, unpublished, and not in consideration for publication elsewhere. The LATER Journal has a double-blind peer review system. Any manuscript submitted for consideration is reviewed by at least two reviewers with expertise in the related subject area.