Pedagogy & Practice for Online English Language Teacher Education
Pedagogy & Practice for Online English Language Teacher Education

Pedagogy & Practice for Online English Language Teacher Education


150 Pages, 7 x 10

Formats: Paperback, ebook: EPUB

Paperback, $46.95 (CA $62.95) (US $46.95)

Publication Date: July 2016

ISBN 9781942799139


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Pedagogy—not technology—drives effective online instruction. The authors of Pedagogy & Practice for Online English Language Teacher Education discuss foundational theories of pedagogy and link those theories with their own practices in online courses for language teacher education and language teaching. This book discusses and shows examples of teaching presence in online learning, ways to incorporate reflective teaching in online classrooms, universal design for learning and application of its principles, connectivism as the foundation of online professional networks, active learning and just-in-time teaching in a hybrid and flipped seminar, hard and soft scaffolding in a writing project that demonstrates how instructors can provide immediate support to students, “third spaces” afforded by the online medium to provide a safe environment and a shared reality for students, and a “future” that is being realized by teachers who transition between both face-to-face and online instruction. Learn how the online medium offers opportunities to explore new and exciting possibilities in teaching and learning! **This title also includes a companion website with online resources.**

Author Biography

Faridah Pawan is a Professor in the Department of Literacy, Culture and Language Education, School of Education, Indiana University. Her area of specialization is Second/Foreign Language Teacher Preparation and Professional Development; and hybrid and online ESL/EFL teacher education. Her research projects are in Indiana, China and Turkey. Kelly Wiechart is Co-Founder of EduVista Consulting, LLC in Tampa, FL & Obernheim-Kirchenarnbach, Germany. She teaches English, Communications, and Teacher Education courses at the University of the Incarnate Word Online, San Antonio, TX. Her research focuses on translingualism, global identities, emerging technologies, and teacher leadership in PreK-12 learning environments. Amber Warren is an Assistant Professor of Teacher Education for Teaching English Language Learners in the Literacy, Language, and Culture Department at the University of Nevada, Reno. She focuses on teacher preparation for working with culturally and linguistically diverse learners and teacher education in hybrid and online contexts. Jaehan Park is a Lecturer at Penn State University, Abington College, and he coordinates Academic Integration/ESL Program of the campus. His scholarly interests are teacher professional development, content-based instruction, English-medium instruction, second language writing and use of technology for teaching and learning.