Teachers’ perspectives



The Growing Phenomenon of Linguistic and Cultural Diversity

Livia, both a teacher of Spanish and an English language support teacher at a post-primary school in Limerick, Ireland highlights the growing phenomenon of linguistic and cultural diversity in her own school context.

The power and responsibility of teachers regarding the multilingualism of their pupils

Pedro, an Argentinian teacher who is currently finishing his PhD studies in Intercultural Education at the University of Bremen, talks about multilingualism from a personal, professional and scientific perspective, highlighting aspects of power, affiliation and identity and the special role of teachers


Mary, a teacher educator at the University of Limerick, introduces the concept of inclusion in the context of a social reality of mass migration and how universal design and the curriculum can foster inclusivity.