Adding an intersectional lens to inclusive education

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By broadening our concept of inclusivity we can create a more accessible learning environment.

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Intersectionality represents diversity in society. By broadening our concept of inclusivity to include not only (dis)abilities but also intersections of class, race and gender, we can create a more accessible learning environment. This talk aims to develop your understanding of inclusive teaching and learning, and provide you with a set of ideas to help make your materials more accessible both for Cambridge exam preparation and beyond.

Deborah Hobbs works in Bristol as a freelance ELT author and instructional designer and also as an English language lecturer and teacher in adult and higher education. She has enjoyed over 10 years of English language teaching, examining and training, and regularly speaks at international teacher training events. She has worked in several countries including, Italy, Spain, China and Argentina. Deborah holds a DipTESOL, a Post Graduate Certificate in Online and Distance Education and is currently studying for an MA ODE (technology enhanced learning and design). Prior to becoming an educator, Deborah was a business change and project manager in financial services.

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