Harry Kuchah Kuchah and Linda Ruas: What does global mean to secondary learners in Sub- Saharan Africa?
Linda Ruas: Engaging learners by making local issues global and global issues local
Chris Sowton: Engaging young learners through pictures, music, stories and the natural world
Panel discussion – Whatsapp for teachertraining and support:Senegal project report
Linda Ruas: Teaching Tip – Circles of Life: a simple, adaptable, resource-free classroom task
I’m interested in this program. I am a high school teacher of English in Sédhiou. It will be a real opportunity for me to take part in your activities.
I hope to meet you at our pre-conference event, Oumar!
Last October, Dakar hosted a high-level meeting on ending child marriage in West and Central Africa. https://endingchildmarriage.com/
The question of child marriage as an in-class issue needs to be broached at the TESOL Africa conference, and I’m sure will be.
This on child marriage in Senegal: https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/content/dam/global/reports/advocacy/child-marriage-senegal.pdf
survivors speak out: https://www.thenational.ae/world/africa/as-africa-tackles-child-marriage-young-survivors-speak-out-1.671093
Julie Pratten posted this video: https://www.facebook.com/brutamerica/videos/1888303271468183/