Alan Pulverness: ‘Deprived Of History’: Films And Novels In Third Places Varinder Unlu: A Better Life? Andrew Wright: Migration And Stories Aiden Weh: The Stories They Don’t Tell: Digital Video Storytelling, Textual And Discourse Analysis In Documenting Modern Diaspora (In Taiwan) David Heathfield: “Everything Is Lost. Why Is This Happening To Me?” Creative Storytelling For […]
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This October we are focusing on the issues around transportation. We chose this topic for several reasons: it is a core part of most course books so related global issues can be easily integrated into the curriculum it can be approached in many different countries and contexts, from the poorest villages of Africa to the flourishing […]
GISIG is present at the 2019 Image Conference in Brussels! For more information about the conference, click here. Materials Linda Ruas: ‘I’m a refugee’
You can access the PCE slides here: Amira Salama: Doing Classroom Research Catherine Njau: Social Issues in the Classroom Flavien Lanmantchion: Research into Gender in ELT Linda Ruas: Materials for change Tim Hyua: Re-imagining the ELT classroom through research into global issues.
Do you wish your lessons could become part of the international dialogue on the need to act on the climate emergency and other issues of environmental justice, while offering an excellent language learning experience that motivates students? If so this is the webinar for you. All too often courses and coursebooks are ecologically illiterate, and […]
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27 April 2019 at 4pm UTC Are you interested in finding out how you can use online platforms to support teacher development? In this webinar Elie Megan will talk about how teachers in Africa are using WhatsApp to build teaching communities where they can meet to share ideas, projects and materials and integrate global issues […]
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In light of the upcoming 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights (December 10th 2018), we have decided to dedicate this year’s Issues Month to the topic of human rights and how to incorporate them, not only into our teaching but our everyday lives as well. Why is it important to learn about […]
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- Transport Issues Month 2019 September 30, 2019
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