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Teacher Education and Professional Development in TESOL

Global Perspectives, 1st Edition

Edited by JoAnn Crandall, MaryAnn Christison

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At the forefront of research on English language teacher education and professional development, this volume presents new empirical research situated in different contexts around the world, including Canada, Denmark, Israel, Japan, Korea, Qatar, Sudan, and the U.S. It is framed by the volume editors’ insightful overview and analyses of previous and ongoing work in a variety of related domains and an epilogue by David Nunan. The chapter studies are organized around three themes: teacher identity in ESL/EFL teacher education and professional development programs, second language teacher education programs for diverse contexts, and professional development for diverse contexts.

All chapters focus on the applied nature of the research and include a section on implications. To provide balance and a range of views, the volume includes both chapters reporting on empirical research funded by TIRF grant recipients and several from invited authors who are senior scholars in the field. This is the third volume in the Global Research on Teaching and Learning English Series, co-published by Routledge and TIRF.

Table of Contents

CONTENTS

Foreword – Kathleen M. Bailey

Preface

JoAnn (Jodi) Crandall and MaryAnn Christison

Part I. An Introduction to Teacher Education and Professional Development in TESOL

Chapter 1

An Overview of Research in English Language Teacher Education and Professional Development –

JoAnn (Jodi) Crandall and MaryAnn Christison

Part II: Teacher Identity in Second Language Teacher Education and Professional Development Programs

Chapter 2

Teacher Education and the Development of Teacher Identity

Aymen Elsheikh

Chapter 3

ESOL Teacher Candidates’ Emotions and Identity Development

Bedrettin Yazan

Megan Madigan Peercy

Chapter 4

Academic English Learners’ Attitudes Towards Native and Non-Native English-speaking Teachers

Lucie Moussu

Part III: Second Language Teacher Education for Diverse Contexts

Chapter 5

Diversity within TESOL Teacher Education Programs

Ali Fuad Selvi

Megan Madigan Peercy

Chapter 6

Key Considerations in Language Teacher Education Programs Designed to Prepare Multilingual Teachers for Multilingual Classrooms

Farahnaz Faez

Chapter 7

Multiple Perspectives on Language Proficiency Development of Non-native English-speaking Teacher Candidates in Canada and Israel

Ofra Inbar-Lourie

Antoinette Gagné

Chapter 8

Teacher Language Awareness Among Pre-service K-12 Educators of English Language Learners

Kristen Lindahl

PART IV. Professional Development Programs for Diverse Contexts

Chapter 9

Building a Sustainable International Professional Community Through Online TESOL

Professional Development

Joan Kang Shin

Chapter 10

Crossing Contexts for Teacher Learning: Adult ESL Teachers in Kindergarten

Patsy Vinogradov

Chapter 11

Foreign Language Anxiety and Japanese Elementary-School Teachers’ Characteristics

Tomohisa Machida

Part V: Preparing Teachers for English Medium Instruction (EMI)

Chapter 12

Korean Professors’ Pedagogical Efforts and Professional Development Needs in English-Medium Instruction

Jaehan Park

Faridah Pawan

Chapter 13

Creating a Professional Development Program to Support Faculty in an English Medium University of Science and Technology

MaryAnn Christison

Zuzana Tomaš

Kristen E. Hiller

Adrian S. Palmer

Chapter 14

Content Teachers Engaged in English Medium Instruction in Denmark

Joyce Kling

Chapter 15

Translanguaging for Teacher Development in Qatari Middle School Science Classrooms

Zohreh R. Eslami

Dudley Reynolds

Sunni L. Sonneburg-Winkler

JoAnn (Jodi) Crandall

Part VI. Epilogue

Chapter 16

Epilogue

David Nunan

About the Editors

JoAnn (Jodi) Crandall is Professor Emerita of Education at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA. She is a past president of TESOL International, WATESOL, and AAAL, and a founding and current member of the TIRF Board of Trustees.

MaryAnn Christison isProfessor, Department of Linguistics/Urban Institute for Teacher Education at the University of Utah, USA. She is a member of the TIRF Board of Trustees and a past president of TESOL International Association.

About the Series

Global Research on Teaching and Learning English

Co-published by The International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF) and Routledge

The Global Research on Teaching and Learning English series, co-published by The International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF) and Routledge, showcases research by scholars from around the world, whose research has been funded by grants from TIRF, awarded through a carefully vetted international competition. Since 2002, TIRF, an independent foundation started by the TESOL International Association (TESOL) in 1998, has commissioned and/or funded research on a range of topics associated with the teaching and learning of English worldwide. This series offers a collection of previously unpublished empirical studies conducted by grant recipients throughout the world, as well as chapters from invited scholars. Volumes in the series report on issues of current concern to the applied linguistics community and the language teaching profession, and present a wide variety of research topics investigated through a range of research procedures. Most chapters appearing in volumes in this series cover issues that motivated the research, context of the research, research question(s) addressed, data collection and data analysis procedures, findings and discussion, and implications for policy, practice, and future research. This chapter structure helps to achieve consistency and coherence across the volumes, while at the same time allowing each author to report on the unique contents of his/her own study. The authors and editors forego any honoraria so that all the royalties from the sales of this series can be used to support TIRF’s programs.

For free access to the TIRF Reference Lists visit:  http://www.tirfonline.org/resources/references/

 

 

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
EDU000000
EDUCATION / General
EDU046000
EDUCATION / Professional Development
FOR007000
FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / English as a Second Language