Recording (37min):


Luke Meddings

Our version of subversion: new ideas in educational publishing

Can one new idea per week make a difference? This is the question we’ve tried to answer
in our new e-book 52, using radical texts, subversive images and lateral thinking. This
workshop will explore how to get you and your learners thinking critically about life inside
and outside the classroom – from teaching and learning to advertising and human rights.


Luke Meddings is a teacher, author and teacher trainer. In 2000 he co-founded the Dogme in ELT movement with Scott Thornbury, and their book Teaching Unplugged (Delta Publishing, 2009) won a British Council ELTon Award for Innovation in 2010. In 2011, together with Lindsay Clandfield, he started The Round, an e-publishing collective; their e-book 52: a year of subversive activity for the ELT classroom has just been published.

Luke’s “neglected” blog:

Luke’s Twitter handle: @LukeMeddings

Teaching Unplugged can be bought here or here.

52 can be bought here or here.

KEYNOTE Our Version of Subversion: New Ideas in Educational Publishing by Luke Meddings

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