Lynsey Helen Mori
   Department   Kyoto University of Foreign Studies  Department of British and American Studies, Faculty of Foreign Studies
   Position   Assistant Professor-lecturer
Date 2022/10/06
Presentation Theme Deconstructing Imperialism in English Language Teaching with Alter- Globalization Community in Education
Conference The 12th International Conference on Education and Justice
Conference Type International
Presentation Type Speech (General)
Contribution Type Collaborative
International coauthorship International coauthorship
Country United States
Venue Online
Holding period 2022/10/06~2022/10/08
Publisher and common publisher Lynsey Mori and Kate Efron
Details Discussing pedagogies of with-ness in an alter-globalized world. Accepting translingualism as a means to deepen understanding and strengthen bonds. This vision is an advocacy of dismantling imperialism in English language teaching for the facilitation of trans and multilingual community education with a focus on alter-globalization. With a community of educators, more context-based learning in multiple languages, and trust-building between teachers and communities in places affected by English imperialism through community literacies, pedagogies of with-ness and SEL are cultivated. In this way, the English language can shift away from its role as an imperialist product towards its potential as one tool, alongside many languages, for global communication.