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The Connected for Health project was presented in a number of events in order to report about the activities carried out and the results achieved.
BiMo: Bilingualism in Monolingual Context

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Date of the Conference


Place of the Conference

Florence, Italy


The multiplier event was attended by 87 people including Teachers, Headmasters, Representatives of the Regional School Office and Students.

All the participants came from institutions that practice bilingual education, or have a strong institutional interest in.

The Multiplier Event program focused on the Intellectual Outputs produced by the project. The BiMo project was initially presented in all its main aspects and the aims and outcomes of a transnational study in Europe and then move on to the presentation of the 3 Intellectual Outputs, MOOC, POLICY RECOMMENDATION BOOK, CASE STUDIES. The participants were then involved in a discussion on the results produced by the project, where there was a strong interest in the issues addressed by the project. There has been a strong interest in bilingualism, both in a general sense and in particular in the use of bilingualism in the educational sector.

This confirmed that the project met the educational needs of bilingualism. The participants showed very interested in the project and some interventions and various questions were made. In fact, the results of the survey administered to the participants provided very positive results: the MOOCs obtained the score 8.6 out of 10, the Policy Recommendation Book obtained the score 8 out of 10 and the Database of Case Studies obtained the score 7.9 out of 10.

The overall average score was 8.2 out of 10.


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