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Research Literacy for Language Teachers

Research Literacy for Language Teachers

Date: Thursday 17 September

Time: 09:00

The webinar will explore a number of questions that are important to any language teaching professional: (a) What is research in language teaching and learning? (b) What are the types of research, and, how can we define research so it fits the whole field? (c) What does it mean to be research literate in our field? And, (d) how can teachers become more research literate? In the process of addressing those four questions, we explore the participants’ views and share some of our own with the goal of providing participants with a number of ideas for how they can develop and continue developing their own research literacy skills.

James Dean ("JD") Brown is Professor of Second Language Studies at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. He has spoken and taught in many places ranging from Brasil to Venezuela. He has published numerous articles and book chapters on language testing, curriculum design, research methods, and connected speech. Christine Coombe has a Ph.D. in Foreign/Second Language Education from The Ohio State University. She is currently on the English/General Studies faculty of Dubai Men's College in the United Arab Emirates. She has lived and taught in 4 countries and given training on diverse areas within the TESOL profession in 40+ countries worldwide.

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