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TEIS Talk Monday July 11th: Discussing Representation in Teacher Education Content and Materials.

  • 1.  TEIS Talk Monday July 11th: Discussing Representation in Teacher Education Content and Materials.

    Posted 29-06-2022 12:24 PM
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    Dear TESOL Colleagues,


    Please join us Monday  July 11th from 11 – 12 pm ET for a TEIS discussion on:


     Representation in Teacher Education Content and Materials  with Dawn McCormick and Ben Naismith from the University of Pittsburgh.

    Join us for an opportunity to discuss representation in TESOL teacher education courses, topics, and materials. The goals are to create awareness of representation and share ideas to tackle representation deficits and distortions as a way to address diversity, equity, and inclusion.

    I've attached a flyer for the event.

     

    You can register here:

    Register here:  https://my.tesol.org/events/event-description?CalendarEventKey=572b81f0-2029-46c1-a3ad-410cb0bac93c&Home=%2fevents%2ftesol-events

     

    We look forward to seeing you on 7/11.

    The talk will be taped for those who aren't able to attend on 7/11.

     

    Best regards,

    James

     

     



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    James Whiting

    Plymouth State University

    whitingtesol@gmail.com
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  • 2.  RE: TEIS Talk Monday July 11th: Discussing Representation in Teacher Education Content and Materials.

    Posted 30-06-2022 06:43 AM
    Hi, James,

    This topic will generate a lot of ideas and new approaches during the discussion. Enjoy the opportunity you are creating.

    Cheers,
    Jane





  • 3.  RE: TEIS Talk Monday July 11th: Discussing Representation in Teacher Education Content and Materials.

    Posted 30-06-2022 09:29 AM
    Thanks, Jane
    I agree! This should be an interesting conversation -
    I hope you're able to attend -
    Best regards,
    James

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    James Whiting, Ph.D.
    Professor of Applied Linguistics
    Plymouth State University
    Plymouth, NH 03264
    Chair, TESOL TEIS 2022-2023