A variety of reading for the weekend …
1. Free online till 24th March, Intercultural and Transcultural Awareness in Language Teaching by Will Baker in the Cambridge Elements in Language Teaching series https://www.cambridge.org/core/elements/intercultural-and-transcultural-awareness-in-language-teaching/15F00F50FE93E3D583C22D4600CA1C54# PDF below just in case that’s easier.
Pedagogical Translanguaging by Jasone Cenoz and Durk Gorter remains free to download https://www.cambridge.org/core/elements/pedagogical-translanguaging/67802C1E5AE4A418AE3B8E2DEFBAD30A
and details of the other books so far in the series here https://www.cambridge.org/core/what-we-publish/elements/language-teaching
2. One for us men to read over the weekend? Gender Equality in Higher Education: Maximising Impacts – “an in-depth analysis of how gender inequality is reflected, reinforced and challenged in higher education worldwide” https://www.britishcouncil.org/gender-equality-higher-education-maximising-impacts PDF copies of both full report and summary below.
3. No prizes for guessing what a number of the articles in this month’s issue of International Affairs directly or indirectly focus on https://academic.oup.com/ia/issue/98/2 PDF of this month’s Editor’s Choice article, Rethinking strategy and statecraft for the twenty-first century of complexity: a case for strategic diplomacy,by Jochen Prantl and Evelyn Goh, below. All open access except the abstracts curiously!
4. This one’s a bit of a rant, but a readable one: Hope for the Future by Audrey Watters, ‘Ed-Tech’s Cassandra’ https://hackeducation.com/2022/03/08/hope
5. And, finally, unschooling https://www.thenationalnews.com/lifestyle/family/2022/02/28/what-is-unschooling-meet-the-families-who-have-shunned-the-formal-education-system/ and a family who live in a bus (not a shoe) https://www.worldschoolingnomads.com/