New volume of English Language Teacher Education and Development now available
The latest volume of English Language Teacher Education and Development Journal(Volume 18) is now freely available on-line.
This volume contains the following articles:
- Developing teacher language awareness via in-service training: trainers’ beliefs – Daniel Xerri
- Becoming a better teacher in the writing class: a case study of a writing tutor in a university in China – Fu Bei
- Transnational English language teaching: opportunities for teacher learning and development – Sarina Chugani Molina
- Counting the words that count – using a lexical analysis tool to explore feedback to student teachers – Doreen Spiteri
- The facilitation of reactive teaching during pre-service teacher education – Mike Chick
- Why and how to include textbook analysis in language teacher education programs – Eva Waltermann & Claire Forel
English Language Teacher Education and Development (ELTED) Journal – ISSN 1365-3741 – is an open access peer-reviewed journal for the worldwide ELT community which is produced by the Language Learning, Teaching and Assessment (LLTA) Research Group of the Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick. It seeks to provide a medium for the exchange of ideas and information on theoretical and applied issues pertaining to English language teacher education. The journal is targeted at all those involved in English language teacher education and development worldwide, for whom, at present, there are few published journals dealing specifically with English language teacher education and development.