In this video ELT author and trainer Luke Meddings examines the barriers to and limits of spontaneity in the classroom.
Luke’s talk is inspired by his own TEFL journey and the development of de-centered social and political protest, from May 1968 on the streets of Paris to the events of the Arab spring in more recent years.
He champions Dogme pedagogy and teaching unplugged as tools to counter the results driven culture that has taken hold in both state and private education.
The views expressed in this video do not necessarily represent the views of International House London.
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