Our paper, titled Flourishing in a second language (FL2): Integrating positive psychology, transition pedagogy and CLIL principles, will be presented on Thursday, July 14, at the inaugural SWAPv Conference. The Conference, which will be held at Flinders University (Tonsley Campus), is organised by the International Student Wellbeing and Prevention of Violence Research Centre, in partnership with SAHMRI Wellbeing and Resilience Centre, Office of Indigenous Strategy & Engagement, Headspace, and Relationship Australia. We look forward to hearing the many interesting presentations that have been included in the Conference program.
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