From social justice talk to social justice practice: Teaching practices and learning materials in English language education through collaborative action research

  • Banegas, Dario (Principal Investigator)
  • San Martin, Gimena (Co-investigator)
  • Sacchi, Fabiana (Co-investigator)
  • Porto, Melina (Co-investigator)

Project Details

Description

PROJECT FUNDED BY A SPENCER FOUNDATION GRANT
AIM: To raise learners’, student-teachers’, and teachers’ awareness of social justice through a collaborative action research study grounded in culturally-responsive instruction and materials. The study takes place in Argentina.
Research questions
• In what ways can secondary school learners improve their social justice awareness and academic performance in English as a foreign language lessons when learning is supported with culturally-responsive, social justice-oriented materials?
• To what extent does student-teachers’ and teachers’ engagement in materials development and research support their social justice-orientated professional development?
StatusActive
Effective start/end date2/05/2230/04/24

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