New event in Festival programme: 14th July online conversation

As part of the ‘International Festival of Teacher-research in ELT’,  the following event is being organised and sponsored by IATEFL Research SIG:

A conversation around new books showcasing and discussing teacher-research hosted by Mark Wyatt in IATEFL’s Adobe Connect Room http://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/resigwebinars/

This will take place on 14th July 2017 at 1 pm (British Summer Time).

The conversation will feature:

Kenan Dikilitaş on his recent book with Carol Griffiths on developing language teacher autonomy through action research.

Sian Etherington on her recent book (co-edited with Mark Daubney) on developing as an EFL researcher: stories from the field.

Richard Smith on his recent book (co-edited with Anne Burns, Kenan Dikilitaş and Mark Wyatt) on developing insights into teacher-research.

 References with links:

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Burns, A., Dikilitaş, K., Smith, R., & Wyatt, M. (eds.) (2017), Developing insights into teacher research. Faversham, Kent: IATEFL. http://resig.weebly.com/developing-insights-into-teacher-research.html

 

 

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Dikilitaş, K. & Griffiths, C. (2017). Developing language teacher autonomy through action research. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. https://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9783319507385

 

 

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Etherington, S. & Daubney, M. (eds.) (2017), Developing as an EFL researcher: stories from the field. Faversham, Kent: IATEFL. http://resig.weebly.com/developing-as-an-efl-researcher.html

 

 

Interestingly, the first word in all three book titles is ‘Developing…’

 

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