{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 […]

Read more

{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 […]

Read more

{Article Submission} Surviving Impostor Syndrome: Navigating through the Mental Roller-coaster of a Doctoral Sojourn

This is the abstract of my reflective article about impostor syndrome which I mentioned in the LANTERN web talk few days ago 🙂 It is now under review. Fingers crossed :-)) Surviving Impostor Syndrome: Navigating through the Mental Roller-coaster of a Doctoral Sojourn Abstract Studying overseas may offer myriad riches of extraordinary experiences, especially due to the opportunities to immerse […]

Read more

{Call for Chapters} “Ethical deliberations in multilingual education: Power relations in learning communities.

Link Call for chapter proposals for the edited volume, “Ethical deliberations in multilingual education: Power relations in learning communities.” https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kVx9YoHGMjmq4JAiwA6bV3ot_LnCsvYgNNysFsrJxfs/edit?usp=sharing CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS  Proposal Abstract Submission Deadline: January  30, 2021 Ethical deliberations in multilingual education:  Power relations in learning communities  Editors Theresa Austin,University of Massachusetts, Amherst Hatice Çelebi,University of Massachusetts, Amherst  Introduction The teaching of world languages across national […]

Read more

{New book} Teaching and Learning English Interculturally

Hi, guys! I want to inform you about a book recently published in Norway: Teaching and Learning English Interculturally. It contains these chapters: – Intercultural learning and global citizenship in the English language classroom (Magne Dypedahl & Ragnhild E. Lund) – Language learning and intercultural learning (Ragnhild E. Lund) – Multilingualism and intercultural competence (Christian Carlsen) – Culture studies for […]

Read more

{New Book} The Intentional Dynamics of TESOL by Juup Stelma and Achilleas Kostoulas

“The central idea of the book is that there is an ‘ecology of ideas’ in TESOL, which consists of established practices, rules, expectations and more. We (Juup and I) call this an intentional ecology  and examine how shapes activity and meaning-making in TESOL; we also discuss how this activity comes back to recursively shape the intentional ecology. The book consists […]

Read more

{CfP} International Student Journeys

Please share this widely with current and past international students – thanks so much! Darla Deardorff, Duke University Do you know an international student with a story to share? Share this opportunity with them. Developing Intercultural Competence: International Students’ Journeys Lily A. Arasaratnam-Smith & Darla K. Deardorff. Routledge Studies in Global Student Mobility book series [Krishna Bista and Chris R. […]

Read more

Recently published research articles

Hello, everyone! I would like to share my recently published research articles with you: Candarli, D., & Jones, S. (2019). Paradigmatic influences on lexical bundles in research articles in the discipline of education. Corpora, 14(2), 237–263. https://www.euppublishing.com/doi/10.3366/cor.2019.0170  Candarli, D. (2018). Changes in L2 writers’ self-reported metalinguistic knowledge of lexical phrases over one academic year. The Language Learning Journal, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/09571736.2018.1520914 The abstracts are publicly […]

Read more

IATEFL Research SIG online discussion, Friday 14th 1pm BST

This is an online discussion around three recently published books (Volha and I both have chapters in one of them). It is being  hosted by Mark Wyatt in IATEFL’s Adobe Connect Room http://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/resigwebinars/ and the three books to be discussed are:   Kenan Dikilitaş on his recent book with Carol Griffiths on developing language teacher autonomy through action research. Sian Etherington […]

Read more

Two more book contributions in ‘Developing as an EFL Researcher: Stories from the Field’

Volha and I both have contributions in the book ‘Developing as an EFL Researcher: Stories from the Field’ edited by Siân Etherington and Mark Daubney. This book is based on poster presentations from the IATEFL Research SIG pre-conference event held in Manchester in 2015. Both those posters are on the walls in the B3 corridor in Ellen Wilkinson. Volha’s contribution is […]

Read more

Creative Writing for Academics Workshop with Kip Jones

Last year, Volha and I went on a course at Bournemouth University called ‘Creative writing for academics’. I wrote about our time there on this Blog, which also included the poem that Volha wrote as part of the course. The workshop also inspired ‘Chronicle of a teacher researcher’ which I read at our LANTERN summer event, Kaleidoscope 2016, and which is about […]

Read more

New publication: Language learning motivation as ideological becoming

Congratulations to Lou Harvey on her newly published article! Please follow this link to read the full article. Language learning motivation as ideological becoming Lou Harvey School of Education, University of Leeds System Volume 65, April 2017, Pages 69–77   Abstract This article offers a new reading of motivation based on the dialogical theory of Mikhail Bakhtin. I join Hennig […]

Read more

Congratulations! A book chapter on ‘Criticality, intentionality and intercultural action’

Congratulations to Richard Fay and Juup Stelma on their new book chapter “Criticality, intentionality and intercultural action” published in  the Routledge book The Critical Turn in Language and Intercultural Communication Pedagogy: Theory, Research and Practice. The chapter presents an ecological framed understanding of criticality developed through and for their MA-level researcher education courses (e.g. TESOL, and IC). To cite it: Fay, R. […]

Read more
1 2 3 6