- 12pm–1pm (EDT/GMT-4)
ONLINE LECTURE SERIES “CRITICAL MEDIA LITERACY: A CHALLENGE FOR TEACHER EDUCATION AND BEYOND”
Critical Media Literacy is a joint interdisciplinary initiative by the Heidelberg School of Education and Teachers College (Columbia University). With this year’s lecture series entitled “Critical Media Literacy: A Challenge for Teacher Education and Beyond”, the project aims for a transatlantic collaborative dialogue at the intersection of various disciplines and didactics. Lecturers, students, teachers, educators and various stakeholders in education are welcome to join in.
ABOUT SARAH CHEPKIRUI CREIDER
Dr. Sarah Chepkirui Creider is a Lecturer in the Applied Linguistics & TESOL program at Teachers College, Columbia University. As a researcher, teacher, and consultant, she specialises in working with teachers of young learners in multi-lingual classrooms. Her research is focused on how teachers can use their own talk to integrate content and language, and on concrete methods for encouraging student agency and participation. She also works with community activists, using tools from conversation analysis to develop tools for on-the-ground analyses of conversations about race and politics. Dr. Creider’s work has been published in the Journal of Contemporary Foreign Language Studies; Learning, Culture & Social Interaction; Discourse Studies; Language and Information Society; the Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, and Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics. Upcoming publications include an article in Linguistics & Education, and a book (co-authored with Hansun Waring) entitled Micro-reflection on Classroom Communication: A FAB framework (Equinox).
REGISTRATION AND ACCESS
The lecture will be held via Zoom:
Meeting-ID: 986 6997 6704
No prior registration required.