{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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{call for Papers} Dialogue-shared Experiences across Space and Time: Cross-linguistic and Cross-cultural Practices

6th ESTIDIA Conference 15-17 June 2022 University of Alicante, Spain (European Society for Transcultural and Interdisciplinary Dialogue) Dialogue-shared Experiences across Space andTime: Cross-linguistic and Cross-cultural Practices Call for Papers 6th Conference ESTIDIA 2022 Conference website: https://web.ua.es/estidia22  Conference Theme From the Socratic dialogues to post-modern cyberchats, it is only in and through communicative interaction that we can understand the world, people, and […]

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{New Book} Transcultural Communication Through Global Englishes

Transcultural Communication Through Global Englishes :An Advanced Textbook for Students by Will Baker and Tomokazu Ishikawa just got published. Here’s a brief introduction: This textbook introduces current thinking on English as a global language and explores its role in intercultural and transcultural communication. It covers how English functions as a lingua franca in multilingual scenarios alongside other languages in a […]

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{Call for Chapters} Intercultural Communication and Ubiquitous Learning in Multimodal English Language Education

Link Call for Chapters: Intercultural Communication and Ubiquitous Learning in Multimodal English Language Education (IGI-Global) Editors Soraya García-Sánchez, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain Richard Clouet, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain Call for Chapters Proposals Submission Deadline: July 15, 2021 Full Chapters Due: January 20, 2022 Submission Date: January 20, 2022 Introduction Today’s society demands […]

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{CALL FOR PAPERS} REiLA Journal of Research and Innovations in Language

Link REiLA Journal of Research and Innovations in Language is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal published triannual on April, August and December. It is dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers, practitioners and researchers in the field of languages. Although articles are written in English, the journal welcomes studies dealing with other than English as well. The scope of REiLA […]

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{New Book} Pedagogical Translanguaging: Theoretical, Methodological and Empirical Perspectives

Edited by: Päivi Juvonen, Marie Källkvist   Summary:With increasing mobility of people across the world, there is a pressing need to develop evidence-based teaching practices that lead to high-quality education, which serves the needs of inclusive societies and social and epistemic justice. This book presents cutting-edge qualitative case-study research across a range of educational contexts, research-method contributions and theory-oriented chapters […]

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{call for chapters} Principles of TESOL: Culture, Language, and Theory

Principles of TESOL: Culture, Language, and Theory Proposals for contributions due March 12, 2021 This book focuses on preparing teacher candidates to teach culturally and linguistically diverse student populations in K-12 schools. This multi-authored volume edited by Lena Shaqareq and Tia Kimball, focuses on creating a comprehensive text to increase teacher candidates’ knowledge and understanding of the effects of culture, […]

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{call for abstracts/ articles} Intercultural journal

Call-for-Abstracts/Articles: “Cyber Dystopia/Utopia? Digital Interculturality between Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism” While the cyber utopian thinkers of the early 1990s predicted the coming of a networked society in which the old hierarchical structures of business and culture would disappear, and the early 2010s, with the Arab Spring, the Occupy Movement and new ‘hacktivism’, appeared firstly as a progressive golden age of online […]

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{ARTICLE} By Ale Armellini (former colleague and MA alumnus)

Beliefs and engagement in an institution-wide pedagogic shift Virgínia Teixeira Antunes, Alejandro Armellini, & Robert Howe Teaching in Higher Education DOI: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13562517.2021.1881773 ABSTRACT This study addresses the attitudes of academic staff towards a large-scale pedagogic shift to Active Blended Learning (ABL). Beliefs about the shift and how it is translated into practice are explored. Four main categories are derived: ‘Active Innovators’ who believe […]

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{Newsletter Article} Intercultural Zoomery in a time of Covid-19

Link Sylvester, K., Fay, R., Dawson, S., & Huang, Z. M. (January 2021). Intercultural Zoomery in a time of COVID-19. In TESOL ICIS Newsletter (special issue on intercultural learning online) The Manchester Institute of Education (at The University of Manchester, UK) welcomes several hundred new Masters-level students each year. The MA programmes they join are unfamiliar academic cultures which they need to become acclimated to if […]

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{publish with IJLTS} international journal of linguistics and translation studies

Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LINGUISTICS AND TRANSLATION STUDIES Publish process: Manuscripts submitted to IJLTS go through an internal review and if they meet the basic requirements, they are sent out for double blind review from experts in the field, either from the editorial board or identified reviewers. Comments from the external reviewers are sent to the authors and […]

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{Article accepted} Communication about well-being and distress: Epistemic and ethical considerations

One direction in which the AHRC-funded Researching Multilingually projects took me (and others) was the exploration of ‘the languaging of wellbeing and distress’, a meeting point between clinical psychology and applied linguistics, interdisciplinary work led by Ross White now at Liverpool University. Interdisciplinary work, especially as it is transformed from multi-disciplinary work, is not easy in my experience, and this […]

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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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{call for papers} International Journal of Education and Language Studies (IJELS)

Exciting post from a facebook group – Teaching English & Teaching in English in global contexts Here’s an exciting new international academic  journal based in Herat, Afghanistan. Please consider supporting this journal by submitting your publications. Submission deadline for the initial issue is February 20, 2021. For more information:  http://www.ijels.net

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{Call for Chapters} Understanding Rural Education (Bill Reynolds, Series Editor)

Call for chapters in Understanding Rural Education (Bill Reynolds, Series Editor),a new volume in the book series: English Language Education in Rural Contexts: Theory, Research, and Practices. The deadline for abstracts is Feb. 1st, and full chapter deadline is June 1st. Possible topics might address one or more of the following (but not limited to these topics): ·  Effectiveness of […]

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