Tag Archives: Quo Vadis

SocioEconomic Segregation In Chile: Can Separate Schools For The Rich And The Poor Ever Be Equal?

I recently identified, in “Where Is The Teaching And Learning Of English In Chile Going? Quo Vadis?“, structural inequality as the heart and soul of Chile’s seeming inability to teach English successfully to Chilean students from poor socio-economic backgrounds. I … Continue reading

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Where Is The Teaching And Learning Of English In Chile Going? Quo Vadis?

Nowadays (2019), the teacher of English in Chile, is a language teaching professional. I say that frankly and sincerely, based on my personal participation and observations of the past 18 years, as a teacher trainer, educator, and English Language Teaching … Continue reading

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Teaching & Learning English in Chile After SIMCE Inglés 2012: Quo Vadis? Where Are We Going?

SIMCE Inglés 2014 is one year away. Considering SIMCE English 2012, now behind us, and with SIMCE 2014 ahead of us, where is the teaching and learning of English in Chile headed? Quo vadis? Where does our teaching and learning … Continue reading

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