EFA and HELD (King’s College London) launch new report: ‘Participatory ESOL: Taking Stock’

Looking back on the last 15 years of participatory ESOL pedagogy in the UK, teachers and researchers from English for Action London and the Hub for Education and Language Diversity (HELD) at King’s College London engaged in a six-month action research project across 2022 and 2023 to reflect on the evolution of the field.

The ‘Participatory ESOL: Taking Stock’ (PETS) project, whose report and accompanying podcast launch today, 2 October 2023, was made possible through the efforts of our research participants: Melanie Cooke, Ben Rampton, Becky Winstanley, Dermot Bryers, Adela Belecova, Kasia Blackman, Tina Griffiths, Fatime Jadallah, Amy Jowett, Sheeva Malakouti, and Rae Whitehouse.

Read the full report now, and check out the PETS podcast here.

For more research from EFA and HELD, check out our other articles and publications.

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