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Sustainable education: responding to diversity inside and outside the Spanish classroom

by Marián Arribas-Tomé , University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom;; This article has been included on this web page to facilitate access to its content thanks to the available online translator. For this reason, this text can be read in more than 130 languages. SUMMARY To address the challenges in teaching Spanish and other languages ​​in the UK, we argue that it is very important that teachers aim to develop open access educational resources. Creating our own materials and sharing them with other teachers would facilitate an agile, collaborative and supportive response to the needs of the classroom. It would also allow for a greater quantity and variety of materials to promote learning and reflection on sustainability and decolonization in the context of language teaching. These are premises derived from the experience working with Spanish students at a UK university, a challenge that implies an op

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