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Dialogic Pedagogy The Importance of Dialogue in Teaching and Learning
Who’s Afraid of Multilingual Education? Conversations with Tove Skutnabb-Kangas, Jim Cummins, Ajit Mohanty and Stephen Bahry about the Iranian Context and Beyond
Author: Amir Kalan | Hardback | 9781783096176
Linguistic Genocide or Superdiversity? New and Old Language Diversities
Edited by: Louisa Buckingham | Hardback | 9781783095964
Earlier this month we published the book Dialogic Pedagogy edited by David Skidmore and Kyoko Murakami. The book explores teacher–student communication and examines the importance of dialogue in the teaching process. In this post, David outlines the background to the book and what inspired him to put it together. My interest in the connection between dialogue and education […]
To celebrate the 15th volume in our Linguistic Diversity and Language Rights series we're offering 40% off all books in the series until the end of October.
Just use the code LDLR2016 at the checkout and you will get the 40% discount.
Offer ends: 31 October.