The workshop “Pedagogical practices in race and gender in English Teaching” aims to encourage teachers to interact and reflect on inclusive practices in the classroom. There will be two groups, on September 2nd and 9th, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. The activities will be performed live, and taught by Carolina Azevedo, a teacher at the municipal network in Rio de Janeiro.
There will be a presentation of a historical overview of English teaching in Brazil, as well as an analysis of the importance of references and pedagogical practices that bring diversity and are closer to the Brazilian reality.
The workshop also involves a practical part that addresses anti-racist thinking and considers gender issues when designing classroom activities, as a way to encourage equity and diversity in English language teaching.
Registration is free and places are limited.
The event is promoted by the Observatory for English Language Teaching as part of the UK-Brazil Skills for Prosperity programme, an initiative of the British Government.
There will be a certificate of participation for those who participate in the live broadcast.
Update: *registration closed*