Vol 5, No 2 (2011)

Table of Contents

Editor's preface Abstract PDF
Vanessa Andreotti 1-2


Global skills: From economic competitiveness to cultural understanding and critical pedagogy Abstract PDF
Douglas Bourn 3-20
“Thinking better, whatever one thinks”: Dialogue, monologue and critical literacy in education Abstract PDF
Andrew Robinson 21-35

Practitioner Insights

New designs for new identities: Are we going anywhere? Abstract PDF
Clarissa Menezes Jordao 36-44
Toward enhanced democratic learning spaces: A case study from the Republic of Ireland Abstract PDF
Timothy Murphy 45-49
Global issues in an advanced conversation class: Language and politics in ELT Abstract PDF
Telma Gimenez, Francisco Fogaça, Miriam Metliss 50-60
Bringing the self into the process of exploring the global: opening spaces for “open spaces for dialogue and enquiry”? Abstract PDF
Neda Forghani-Arani 61-67
Open spaces: An investigation on the OSDE methodology in an advanced English conversation course in Brazil Abstract PDF
Leticia Martins 68-78

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