Why Book Club?
- To help you learn something new
- To spend an hour in the company of other ELT professionals who are committed to creating a truly inclusive classroom
- To meet the author of a groundbreaking book
- To help you broaden your network, your experience and, who knows, maybe even your mind
So far we have discussed:
- “Critical Thinking in ELT: A working model for the classroom” by John Hughes and Paul Dummett
- “Language and Sexuality” by Deborah Cameron
- “Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men” by Caroline Criado Perez
Upcoming Book Clubs
11 June (Saturday) – 4 p.m. CET
Tyson Seburn (MA EdTech & TESOL, University of Manchester) is a lecturer in and assistant director of an EAP foundation year at the University of Toronto and a tutor on Oxford TEFL Barcelona’s Trinity DipTESOL course. He has volunteered on local and international teacher association committees, most recently IATEFL TDSIG Coordinator. His personal and professional experiences inspired his interest in Queer and racialised ELT experiences, and thus ways to improve practices and materials. He discusses critical and inclusive pedagogies via his (fourc.ca) and social media (@seburnt). He is the author of Academic Reading Circles (2015) and How to Write Inclusive Materials (2021).
The Zoom link to join the meeting is: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/7047050680?pwd=Yi96QktlMEt4SXI0Mk1WME93U0ZQZz09
If there’s a book you’d like to discuss please contact us at [email protected] with your suggestions.