English in Multiculturalism: Recorded Sessions

English has an image as the ruling language that may eradicate linguistic diversity. Yet the TESOL profession, in its mission to teach English, must embrace the opportunity to simultaneously support multilingualism.
  • How can the multilingualism of students of English and TESOL professionals (particularly nonnative-English-speaking teachers) be recognized as an asset in advocacy, innovation, policy, and practice?

  • How can linguistic diversity be leveraged while teaching English, and what best practices allow teachers to incorporate the languages of their students into their daily professional practices?

  • How can TESOL inquiry and reflection strengthen multilingual policies?
English in Multilingualism Speaker Bios

Guiding Principles Presentations

 

Session Summary and Q&A

 




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