{New Article} The Skilled Teacher: A Heideggerian Approach to Teacher Practical Knowledge

Hi everyone! I’m glad to announce that Edd Aspbury, one of the members of our LANTERN community, will have his article entitled “The Skilled Teacher: A Heideggerian Approach to Teacher Practical Knowledge” published in Curriculum Inquiry. Congratulations again, Edd! Please click here if you want to read the full text.

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{Online Conference} Approaches to Migration, Language and Identity 2021

Hi everyone! Approaches to Migration, Language and Identity will take place online 9-11 June 2021. Please register here to attend the conference in person if you’re interested. But if you fail to make it in person, all the conference presentation videos will be available for free. More details (including the topics, time and speakers) can be found here.

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{newsletter} TESOL international association march 2021 issue

Link ICIS newsletter – March 2021 In this issue:  LEADERSHIP UPDATES •  LETTER FROM CO-CHAIR •  LETTER FROM THE CO-EDITORS ARTICLES •  SETTING THE STAGE FOR INTERCULTURAL ENGAGEMENT VIA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT •  ENGAGING LANGUAGE LEARNERS THROUGH GAMIFICATION •  PROMOTING ANTI-RACIST PRACTICES THROUGH INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION: A COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION SURVEY •  INTERCULTURAL LEARNING AND LANGUAGE EDUCATION ABOUT THIS COMMUNITY •  MEET THE ICIS LEADERSHIP FOR 2021-22 •  INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION INTEREST […]

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{Call for Chapters} Multilingual and Multicultural Perspectives on Higher Education and Implications for Teaching

Editors Sviatlana Karpava, University of Cyprus, Cyprus Call for Chapters Proposals Submission Deadline: April 28, 2021 Full Chapters Due: August 26, 2021 Submission Date: August 26, 2021 Introduction The edited volume ‘Multilingual and Multicultural Perspectives on Higher Education and Implications for Teaching’ will be a collection of research chapters which will provide insights in the field of multilingualism and multiculturalism […]

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{Seminar} Intercultural Musicking

15 April 4.30-6.00pm (UK time) Intercultural Musicking: Ensemble Performance, (Inter)Cultural Encounters, and Personal/Professional Transformations This session features members of our Intercultural Musicking core research area. Professor Caroline Bithell, Dr Robert Szymanek, Dr Richard Fay and Dan Mawson will offer short, complementary research papers exploring intercultural music-making, followed by invited responses and discussion. The department’s gamelan and klezmer ensembles (led by […]

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{Zoom conference} Plurilingualism in study abroad: The language affiliations of mobile students

The Study Abroad Research group SAREP would like to invite you to the first lecture in their spring/summer series. Prof Ros Mitchell and Dr Emre Guvendir will present their paper ”Plurilingualism in study abroad: The language affiliations of mobile students”. It will take place on Zoom on Thursday 18 Feb at 17.00 Irish time. Everyone is welcome. The event is […]

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{call for papers} 15th European Conference on Games Based Learning

This is the second call for papers for the 15th European Conference on Game Based Learning (ECGBL 2021) hosted by The University of Brighton, UK on 23 – 24th September 2021. This call will close on 3rd March 2021. The way in which education and training is delivered has changed considerably with the development of Game-Based Learning (GBL). The European […]

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{Conceptualising} Intercultural Personhood

Introduction (by Zhuo ‘Min’ Huang) The concept Intercultural personhood was first coined by Kim (2008, 2015) in her work of the globalised way of being. I have adopted the concept and further expanded it in my doctoral study (Huang, 2019) and in my on-going work (e.g. Huang, 2020) about ‘intercultural personhood: an non-essentialist conception of individuals for intercultural research‘). My […]

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{CONCEPTUALISING} Interthinking and the Value of Collaboration

Although the Researching Multilingually at Borders project ended back in 2017, the work from it continues to inform my work with colleagues (e.g. Jane Andrews) both in terms of: content (e.g. the value of a translingual researcher mindset, and modality (e.g. the value placed on collaboration, especially interdisciplinary, interpractitionary, intercultural, and multilingual collaboration). This blog posting is mainly concerned with […]

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{Special Issue} “Recent Developments in Language Testing and Assessment”

Special Issue “Recent Developments in Language Testing and Assessment” Print Special Issue Flyer Special Issue Editors Special Issue Information Keywords Published Papers A special issue of Languages (ISSN 2226-471X). Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 September 2021. Special Issue Editors                               Prof. Dina Tsagari Website  Guest Editor Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher […]

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{CONCEPTUALISING} Intercultural Musicking … appropriate versus appropriative methodology

As many of you will know, for the last decade I have been teaching World Music Ensemble Performance (klezmer) – WMEP-klezmer for short – in our Music Department. I have a musical self (website) in addition to my TESOL and Intercultural Communication/Education academic roles. WMEP-klezmer is an area of my professional practice that has its conceptual underpinnings and its research […]

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