Saturday, 28 November, 2020 ‘Inclusion in ELT – Global Perspectives’
We are pleased to collaborate with 5 partner SIGs to bring you a one-day pop-up online symposium exploring issues of inclusion in English Language Teaching.
You can find all the details on our website, and you can register here.
New collection of inclusive activities
The IP&SENSIG committee has been working with Delta Publishing to produce a collection of inclusive classroom activities that teachers can use throughout the school year, from welcoming new students to assessing their progress fairly. As part of their Ideas in Action series, ‘Activities for Inclusive Language Teaching‘ is available from the Delta Publishing website.
New videos available
Our co-ordinator, Anne Margaret interviewed Jannett Morgan (of JM Learning and Skills Ltd.) in the summer, and we are sharing this interview one question at a time, until the next Newsletter comes out in December, which contains the complete interview. Look on our facebook page for the first couple of questions, which are already out: ‘Getting started working with neurodiverse people’ and ‘Ethnicity and neurodiversity’.
Our TweetMeet on Monday, November 2 covered issues around memory and helping learners to remember more effectively. Thanks to all who joined us, and if you missed it, you can still catch up and contribute to the discussion by searching for #IPSENChat.
Our next TweetMeets are on Monday December 7 and Monday January 4 2021. Follow us on social media to find out the next topic: twitter @IPSENSIG and facebook IATEFL IP&SENSIG
We are also introducing a monthly drop-in session where teachers can ask their questions and get advice and direction to appropriate resources. More about that next time!
The 7th edition of our newsletter will come out next month. If you have any last minute contributions, please let us know by email as soon as possible!