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Teaching English for Reconciliation by Jan Edwards Dormer and Cheryl Woelk was recently released. I was pleased to be able to interview them about this progressive approach to language teaching and learning that is concerned with the development of the whole person. 1) Why is reconciliation important in educational contexts? Learner-centered…
Jacqueline Way began a daily giving project with her son that has spread around the world and to many classrooms. What a great idea for the language classroom too! Here’s a list of some giving ideas and check out more resources at 365give.ca.
Language for Peace contributors Cheryl Woelk and Abby Long are leading a workshop as a Christian Teachers’ Symposium. It will be a full day hands-on workshop on Restorative Approaches in ELT at Handong University on September 23, 2017. Abstract Creating healthy learning communities is a goal that many language teachers share. Christian English teachers have … Continue reading
Looking for more resources on social justice in language teaching? Check out the Social Justice Warriors webpage and the library of resources they have on advocacy, anti-racist classrooms, multilingualism, and other topics. Leave a comment with your recommended link! Source: Social Justice Warriors.Language Educators.Stop the Deficit.
This free resource for teachers and trainers of conflict styles provides a 3 minute visual introduction to concepts underlying conflict styles. Source: Intro to Conflict Styles | Global Campaign for Peace Education
At Language for Peace, our work is rooted in the belief that learning language has the potential to be an act of peacebuilding. But is it always? When is it not? The case of indigenous language learning in Canada, a colonial nation with a horrific history of linguicide of indigenous languages, is a complex one. Learning indigenous languages outside … Continue reading
The TESOL Teacher of the Year shares some fun, interactive activities for your students—of any level—to get to know one another and use language meaningfully. Source: Creating a Classroom Community: 5 First Day Activities for ELLs | TESOL Blog
This peace studies glossary was developed by Joanie Connors. Peace Studies’ courses are challenging to students who have been brought up with limited worldviews and right/wrong thinking. Glossaries are important for students of varying backgrounds to be on the same page in studying any subject, but they are especially needed for courses that challenge status … Continue reading
This article gets to the point about our need for multilingual education now more than ever! http://www.aljazeera.com/amp/indepth/opinion/2016/10/multilingualism-speaking-language-diversity-161006132117067.html
Want to find a film for discussing intercultural issues or observing intercultural communication? With contributions from members of TESOL’s Intercultural Communication Interest Section, Jeremy Slagoski has compiled this excellent playlist of trailers of films related to intercultural communication. From a peace education perspective, it could be interesting to notice how people of different cultures speak to each other, … Continue reading