About the talk
Can we say our English language teaching practices globally promote inclusive practices? We probably believe in inclusion though do we have a common understanding of what we mean by inclusion and inclusive practices?
The sustainable development goal 4 aims at 'ensuring equitable and quality education and promoting life-long learning for all'. Where are we in implementing this goal? What evidence is there from current global practice that supports our ambition?
The British Council believes that inclusion involves an integrated approach to policy, educational culture and classroom practice and that good practice is an ongoing process. Key issues are access, engagement, empowerment and enablement. What do these terms mean and how can they be applied? Come along to this engaging participatory session which will be of interest to us all looking to be more inclusive in finding solutions in supporting quality learning approaches in our different contexts.
Speakers: Maha Khochen-Bagshaw, Varinder Unlu, Fiona Robertson, David Crabtree