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Assessment for Social Justice: A joint EAP4SJ and TAFSIG interview with Dr Jan McArthur

LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE In this first ever joint SIG interview by Jo Kukuczka, Jan McArthur, author of ‘Assessment for Social Justice:  Perspectives and practices within higher education’, shares her thoughts on: 1. Why assessment for social justice?2. What is the key to the justice of assessment?3. What is assessment that promotes greater socialContinue reading “Assessment for Social Justice: A joint EAP4SJ and TAFSIG interview with Dr Jan McArthur”

EMERGING VOICES:

 Social Justice perspectives informing academic language and literacy pedagogies  – call for bloggers, vloggers, writers and speakers Dear all, In light of the ongoing calls to examine the nature, the impact and the lack of diversity implicit in using English as a Global Language as well as increasing  awareness of social justice in academic languageContinue reading “EMERGING VOICES:”

Let’s Keep Talking About Race in EAP – Reflections on Learning and Next Steps

Today marks the sad anniversary of George Floyd’s murder. Whilst we are relieved to see that some justice has been served in his case, we are well aware that similar injustices continue to affect families and communities across the world. We have also seen the Covid-19 pandemic disproportionately affect people racialised as Black, Asian andContinue reading “Let’s Keep Talking About Race in EAP – Reflections on Learning and Next Steps”

Teasing out the social justice strands from the BALEAP 2021 Conference

Like for many in our EAP community, our minds are still buzzing from the wealth of insights gained from the rich range of sessions offered at the recent online BALEAP 2021 conference hosted by the University of Glasgow. Ever keen to identify social justice (SJ) related aspects of EAP practices and pedagogies, we’d like toContinue reading “Teasing out the social justice strands from the BALEAP 2021 Conference”

Providing pastoral support for refugees on university language programmes: It’s not a career – it’s a life choice

– Pascale Roussel –  Podcast version of this post available here I’m the first point of contact for sanctuary-seeking students – refugees and asylum seekers – at the University of Leicester. I work as Programme Administration Team Leader and University of Sanctuary Facilitator for the Centre for International Training and Education, which includes the English Language TeachingContinue reading “Providing pastoral support for refugees on university language programmes: It’s not a career – it’s a life choice”

Visions of Social Responsibility in EAP: Reflections from World Cafe at Kent PIM

– EAP for Social Justice SIG – As part of the Visions: Looking Back and Looking Ahead PIM hosted by the University of Kent last month, we ran a World Cafe session focusing on Visions of Social Responsibility in EAP. We felt that, after a year which has posed many challenges to us all, andContinue reading “Visions of Social Responsibility in EAP: Reflections from World Cafe at Kent PIM”

Let’s Talk about Race in EAP: Practitioner Perspectives

– EAP for Social Justice SIG – We were delighted to welcome participants to our second webinar, Let’s Talk about Race in EAP: Practitioner Perspectives, which took place on 27th August 2020. We heard from two EAP practitioners, Henry James Robinson and Lorraine Mighty, who shared invaluable insights into how their lived experience of how race,Continue reading “Let’s Talk about Race in EAP: Practitioner Perspectives”

EAP for SJ SIG’s Black Lives Matter Statement

– EAP for Social Justice SIG – The murder of George Floyd in the USA earlier this year sent shockwaves around the world, highlighting to many the stark truth that, after 400 years of struggle, racial discrimination still has a presence and is causing tangible harm in our societies.   As the EAP for Social JusticeContinue reading “EAP for SJ SIG’s Black Lives Matter Statement”

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