With Alexandra Chistyakova Interview with John F. Fanselow, professor emeritus at Teachers College, Columbia University, USA, and a faculty member of the International Teacher Education Institute (iTDi). John F. Fanselow
Pedagogy of The Oppressed: A Book Review 2016 was the year of social justice. IATEFL showcased a talk by J.J. Wilson promoting the work of famed Brazilian pedagogue Paulo Freire.
Covert Syllabus: What Else Do We Learn from Textbooks? A chilling ice-breaker It is the beginning of a new term and we start to plan the first lesson of the
Cultures of Silence What if teachers were as important as academics, if not more important? What if classroom life, research and practice was at the core of educational policy decisions
The Hidden Curriculum Within every school system, there is a curriculum and there is a hidden curriculum. The hidden curriculum is composed of the lessons that are not taught
“There is no teaching without learning” Paulo Freire Paulo Freire and the Banking Model of Education are perhaps the two things I hear the most in my conversations with people
The Critical Mindset If you’re taking the time to read this, then I doubt you’re the sort of teacher who thinks there’s one best way to teach and one best