Making second and foreign language learning and teaching accessible and inclusive requires unique considerations because of additional communicative layers that, in many contexts, play a larger role than in other types of learning.
At CeLTA, we engage both teachers and learners in reflective, proactive, and collaborative inquiry about accessibility and inclusivity as they relate specifically to language learning. When we find solutions together, we will share resources here.
Do you have questions about accessible and inclusive language teaching? Contact CeLTA’s Assistant Director, Caitlin Cornell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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