Our research includes
- third language learning and multilingualism,
- vocabulary learning and teaching,
- mother tongue tuition,
- writing development and teaching,
- linguistic interaction in chats,
- connection between prior knowledge and study results,
- cognitive aspects of grammar learning,
- literature in language teaching.
Researchers in the field are involved in various international projects and networks, including
Erasmus+ project: E-LearnScene: Development and investigation of learning scenarios in German teaching (Sweden, Belgium, Italy, Poland)
Nordplus network: Languages in the multilingual classroom (Norway, Iceland, Greenland, Sweden)
Several doctoral students are active in the research area Language Learning and Teaching and regularly present their projects.