{interesting webinar} Ask Joyce Bruhn de Garavito and John Schwieter about Introducing Linguistics

Ask Joyce Bruhn de Garavito and John Schwieter about Introducing Linguistics Time: Thu, Feb 4, 2021 6:00 PM – 6:45 PM GMT Show in My Time Zone Join Joyce Bruhn de Garavito and John Schwieter as they talk about their book Introducing Linguistics: Theoretical and Applied Approaches.  To register: http://Ask Joyce Bruhn de Garavito and John Schwieter about Introducing Linguistic […]

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{Call for abstract} Important Update for 2021 March Workshop and Conference Information

Important Update for 2021 March Workshop and Conference Information We would like to inform all potential participants for this conference that the two-day event with a workshop on 20th March 2021 and an international conference day on 21st March 2021 will be run online on the same days, due to the current epidemic situation. Please notice the following changes: The workshop and conference will be run FREE for ALL […]

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{Interesting article} From Journal of Teaching in higher education

Professional learning for educators teaching in English-medium-instruction in higher education: a systematic review Journal: Teaching in Higher Education ABSTRACT The growing phenomenon of university courses designated as English-medium-instruction (EMI) worldwide presents new demands for non-native-English-speaking educators. However, adequate preparation and professional learning support for them to teach academic subjects in English remain a challenge. An understanding of their challenges and professional […]

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{online event} CERA Webinar Series 2020/21: Educational Research During the Covid – 19 Pandemic

CERA Webinar Series 2020/21: Educational Research During the Covid – 19 Pandemic Register here. Event Webinar 3: Virtual Academic Writing Retreat Event Date  29 Jan 2021 9:00 am – 13:00 pm About the seminar: This virtual writing retreat will be a half day event. Druing this event, we will also have some discussions around ‘personalities, strengths and motivations’ for pursuing a academic career which will […]

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{Panel discussion} hybrid learning in language teaching organisations

Sophia Mavridi is our MA alumna and she will hold a free panel discussion on hybrid learning in language teaching organisations on Tuesday 12 Jan 16.00 UK time with Thom Kiddle (NILE), Chris Farrell (CES), and John Glew-O’Leary (IH Manchester).    If you are interested in hybrid learning, please book your place here.   If you want to download and […]

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{Call for lightening talks} The Intercultural Communication Interest Section (ICIS) of #tesol International

TESOL Intercultural Communication Interest Section The Intercultural Communication Interest Section (ICIS) of #tesol International opens our 2021 call for Lightening Talks. Doctoral students are encouraged to submit a 200-word abstract describing their work in progress for the upcoming Lightening Talks hosted by ICIS on February 24, 2021. Send Submissions to: Jennifer Lacroix, Co-Chair (Elect) lacroixj@bu.edu

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{call for chapters} Contemporary Perspectives on English as a Medium of Instruction

Call for Chapters   Contemporary Perspectives on English as a Medium of Instruction New Volume in book series: Contemporary Perspectives on Learning Environments Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC, USA Volume Editor Paul Chamness Iida, Akita International University (pchamness@gmail.com) About the Theme English Medium Instruction (EMI) is the use of English to teach academic content in countries where English is not […]

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{Interesting article} Written by Andreas Pöllmann

Formal education and intercultural capital: towards attachment beyond narrow ethno‐national boundaries? Abstract: Schooling and school management can play an important part in promoting inclusive forms of national attachment, intercultural dialogue and reflexive engagements with the “Unfamiliar”. The (inter) personal benefits of intercultural experiences and skills are widely acknowledged. But can we really learn to be intercultural? And what are the […]

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{Conference+Call for papers} the 2nd Language, Society, and Culture International Conference (LSCIC)

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Mahasarakham University, in conjunction with the educational partnerships, holds the 2nd Language, Society, and Culture International Conference (LSCIC) under the theme: Harmony in Diversity: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Glocalisation on 26-27 March 2021. Please see the poster below. If you want more detailed information on what kind of papers/presentations are needed and the specific deadlines, […]

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{A peer-reviewed journal} Journal of TESOL and Technology Studies

Journal of TESOL and Technology Studies is a peer-reviewed international journal, published by Saba Publishing. The aim of the journal is to provide a venue for academicians, researchers, and practitioners in the area of English language teaching and learning to share their theories, models, views, research results, and classroom practices for the benefit of all. All articles in this journal […]

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{Exciting event} Upcoming event by SIETAR Japan Chubu chapter on January 11th 2021

Upcoming event by SIETAR Japan Chubu chapter on January 11th 2021 Hi, everyone. Today I’d like to share an interesting event with you from a facebook group:TESOL Intercultural Communication Interest Section Click the link to follow this group if you are interested: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1136137089741342/permalink/3812707198750971/ Here is a post from the group: Dr. Darla K. Deardorff will run a virtual workshop on the […]

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{Call for Proposal} ICC 2022 CALL FOR PROPOSALS OPENING JANUARY 2021

CERCLL-Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language and Literacy will start receiving proposal submissions for the 8th International Intercultural Competence Conference: Decentering Mobility in Intercultural Education: Engagement, Equity, and Access.  Call for proposals will open in January 2021. Guidelines coming up soon! The 2022 ICC conference will take place on January 27-30 and will focus on the ways in which intercultural communication and the […]

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Open lectures from the Global Education Center, Tokyo Kasei University

Hi everyone. Enjoy Chrismas break! Here’s information about two open lectures from the Global Education Center, Tokyo Kasei University. Two renowned international speakers (Professor Adrian Holliday and Dr Marek Kiczkowiak) will hold the open lectures to promote new ideas about what kinds of intercultural and communicative skills we need to foster global citizenship and move towards a more free and […]

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The 2020 International Symposium on Quality Assurance of English Medium Higher Education (EMHE) – Symposium 3

Introduction  Research indicates the vital importance of contextualised, needs-based support structures and systems for students studying in an EM environment and for content lecturers using EM. Additionally, as language in education policy impacts on all levels of campus life, it can be argued that wider support structures, support for administrative staff and departmental staff, are a necessity. What student, content […]

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