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Teacher Resilience in Africa During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Amira Salama
Amira Salama

As teacher associations across the globe gear up to support teacher development during the difficult times created by the COVID-19 pandemic, themes related to teacher professional development consistently appear in response to the crisis. In Africa, teacher resilience has strongly … Continue reading

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The Power of Stories, Part 1: Researchers as Storytellers

Nathan Thomas
Nathan Thomas

One of the aims of TESOL’s Research Professional Council, as indicated in the TESOL Research Agenda, is to support the efforts of those new to conducting research. This blog post explores why stories are so important to sound research and … Continue reading

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The TESOL Research Agenda and Changing Language Landscapes

Jessie Curtis
Jessie Curtis

In keeping with the TESOL Research Agenda as a tool for identifying future directions for inquiry by researchers and practitioners, we consider language learning and teaching and the changing ecological landscapes where they occur. In describing research on language learning … Continue reading

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TESOL Research and the Scholar-Practitioner

Scott Douglas
Scott Douglas

Welcome to the second in a series of blog posts from the TESOL Research Professional Council (RPC) highlighting aspects of the TESOL Research Agenda. This post outlines how the agenda defines and offers research directions, explores teacher research and professional … Continue reading

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The TESOL Research Agenda: By and for Teachers

Jessie Curtis
Jessie Curtis

As a new member of the TESOL Research Professional Council (RPC), it is a great pleasure to introduce the council’s new series of communications highlighting the TESOL Research Agenda. This agenda outlines trends in English language teaching and research, serves … Continue reading

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