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Part of the work of the TESOL Research Professional Council (RPC) is to identify research trends in teaching English as an additional language. Published research is one area where these trends can be identified, with a review of recently published … Continue reading
TESOL’s Research Professional Council highlights new research through teachers’ own stories of real-time engagement in times of challenge and change.
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
I am delighted to announce the completion of TESOL International Association’s 2014 Research Agenda (RA). We hope you will find it of interest and value to you. This RA is the result of the work of a task force consisting … Continue reading
I wrote the following piece on October 22, 2012, a few days after reading Penny Ur’s article. Reading the tweet from @TESOL _Assn about an excellent response (“Bridging the Gap between Research and Classroom Practice“) to Ur’s article on the … Continue reading
In an interesting article in the Guardian Weekly of October 16, 2012 (“How Useful is TESOL Academic Research?“), Penny Ur asks an important question about TESOL academic research for classroom teachers. She acknowledges the gap between classroom practice and research, … Continue reading