The ESL for Equality podcast brings teachers the latest developments in English language learning for refugees and immigrants. We discuss teaching and learning strategies, curriculum development, and policy that affects our learners. We speak with those driving the field forward and hear stories from refugees during their language acquisition journey.

All podcast episodes can be found here as well as on SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Podcasts and Stitcher.

Listen to Episode 1 of the ESL for Equality podcast below. This episode gives and introduction to the topics and content I will be discussing in the coming episodes.

Listen to Episode 2 of the ESL for Equality podcast below. In this episode, I speak to my friend and colleague, Bikobiko Mto about his experiences as a resettled refugee and what it is like teaching English as a non-native English speaker.

Get in touch with Biko and/or see what he is up to on the following platforms:

Instagram: Mto2biko
Twitter: bikobikoM
Facebook: Bikobiko Mto

Listen to Episode 3 of the ESL for Equality podcast below. This is part 1 of a 2 part conversation with my friend and colleague Sharon McCreary where we talk all things refugee ESL, specifically using volunteers in and out of the classroom.

Get in touch with Sharon or see some of the cool work she does here:
www.refugee-esl.org
www.refugeecrafts.org
Instagram: @alittlesomethingdenver
Twitter: @alsrefugeecraft, @cresltutors
Facebook: Colorado Refugee ESL Volunteers, A Little Something: The Denver Refugee Crafts Collective @refugeecrafts
Blogs: cresltutors.blogspot.com, refugeecrafts.blogspot.com
Email: sharon.mccreary@emilygriffith.edurefugeecrafts@gmail.com