MargaridaMorgado c Margarida Morgado is Coordinating Professor of English Cultural Studies at Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco in Portugal. Holding a PhD in English Literature from the University of Lisboa, she has dedicated her professional teaching and research career to teacher education (English), with specialisations in the areas of children’s literature, intercultural education, development of intercultural communicative competence (ICC) and, more recently CLIL approaches from primary to higher education. She has been involved in several EU-funded Erasmus+ projects in the areas of school education, such as reading promotion (AquaNarrabilis, Boys Reading, LiRe2.0 – Lifelong Readers and Web 2.0), intercultural education and ICC (ICCAGE – Intercultural Communicative Competence. An Advantage for Global Employability), picturebooks in education (IDPBC – Identity and Diversity in Picture Book Collections), teacher education (EVALUATE – Evaluating and Upscaling Tellecolaborative Exchanges in Teacher Education), and CLIL (CLIL4CHILDREN), a teacher education programme for CLIL primary teachers in Europe. Her more recent publications are collaborative experiences in the area of CLIL for primary and introducing CLIL approaches and collaborative teacher models and communities of practice in Higher Education Institutions.