FREE online meetings about multilingualism with Ute

Growing up with multiple languages and keeping up with (almost) all of them is a great commitment!

During these 1 hr online meetings on Wednesdays from 11-12 CET we focus on one topic at a time.

Come and join us if you want to make sure you and your children will keep talking, writing, reading and first and foremost enjoying all your languages!


Topics of past online meetings: 

10th of January:
How can we maintain our home languages when our children attend daycare/school in another language?

24 January:
How to motivate your children to speak (write, read) the home languages 

Most of our children or teens prefer reading and writing in their school languages – for obvious reasons – and it is difficult to keep them interested and working on one (or both!) of the home languages, i.e. the languages spoken in the family. In this meeting I will discuss some strategies on how to help our children and teens not only interested in their talking but also reading and writing their home languages.





– to be continued after the summer holidays!




If you have further questions or would like to discuss some of the topics more in detail, you can book a


 60 minutes online session with me (80 €) 

  • After an intake email where we find out how complex the issue is, I will ask you some more questions beforehand and then provide you with my personalized advice


If during the intake we both see that the issue can't be solved or discussed in one session only, I suggest:

3 x 60 mins online sessions (300 €)

  • I will submit you a more extended questionnaire to get a more detailed picture of the situation before our sessions and I elaborate an action plan for you that you can also submit to teachers, caregivers etc.



You can also choose to attend my 2h online workshops where I focus on different topics:


  • Language acquisition of bilingual and multilingual children (0-6yo)
  • Second language acquisition and learning later in life
  • Code-switching and translanguaging
  • Bilingualism and learning disorders: what is possible and how can I help my child?
  • The Bilingual Brain: what does this mean? 
  • How to stay bilingual... 



dates and times will be published end of January.  



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