Language Teacher Development in Digital Contexts

Editors
| University of Arizona
| University of Arizona
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ISBN 9789027210579 | EUR 95.00 | USD 143.00
 
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This volume demonstrates how various methodologies and tools have been used to analyze the multidimensional, dynamic, and complex nature of identities and professional development of language teachers in digital contexts that have not been adequately examined before. It therefore offers new understandings and conceptualizations of language teacher development and learning in varied digital environments. The collection of pieces illustrates a field that is recognizing that digital environments are the contexts of teacher learning, not simply the object of it, and that issues of identity and agency are central to that learning. As an excellent resource on digital technologies, CALL, gaming, or language teacher identity and agency, the book can be used as a textbook in various applied linguistics courses and graduate seminars.
[Language Learning & Language Teaching, 57]  Expected February 2022.  x, 192 pp. + index
Publishing status: In production
Table of Contents
This is a provisional table of contents, and subject to changes.
Contributors
Introduction
Hayriye Kayi-Aydar and Jonathon Reinhardt
Chapter 1. Negotiating equitable language teaching practices: Membership and epistemic stance in asynchronous online discussions
Amber Warren and Natalia Ward
Chapter 2. “Sitting in the back of the class” Positional identities in an online MA TESOL program
Angel N. Steadman
Chapter 3. Gameful teaching: Exploring language teacher identity and agency through video games
Gergana Vitanova, Emily Johnson, Sandra Sausa, Amy Giroux and Don Merritt
Chapter 4. ‘We will have to remember this as teachers’: A micro-analytical approach to student-teacher online interaction and teacher identity
Melinda Dooly
Chapter 5. Discursive construction of collective identity in a global online community of practice of English language teachers
Derya Kulavuz-Onal
Chapter 6. Sharing stories around the digital campfire: In-service teachers, cognition/emotion dissonance, and the asynchronous online classroom
Curtis Green-Eneix and Peter I. De Costa
Chapter 7. Fostering (Critical) digital teaching competence through virtual exchange
Andreas Müller-Hartmann and Mirjam Hauck
Chapter 8. Customizing Web 2.0 tools to writing pedagogy: TPACK-based professional development of L2 writing teachers
Mohammad Nabi Karimi and Fatemeh Asadnia
Chapter 9. Developing online language teacher identities: Interdisciplinary insights
Jonathon Reinhardt
Index
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CJA – Language teaching theory & methods
BISAC Subject: LAN020000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Study & Teaching
ONIX Metadata
ONIX 2.1
ONIX 3.0