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Research Projects: Bilingual or multilingual ESOL teachers with intercultural teaching experiences wanted as Research Study Participants for a PhD research project. It involves sharing intercultural classroom experiences in a Focus group discussion (about 60-90 minutes) and/or in a One-on-one interview (about 45-60 minutes). You will receive a small koha (petrol voucher) for your participation. Your name or that of your workplace will not be used in the study. If you have any questions or are interested in participating, please contact Rohan Willis at: 022 657 1451 or Email: email@example.com
Rachel Matthewman is a third year student at Ara Polytechnic doing a research project on students from Japan and China to discover whether they change their learning styles once they begin studying in New Zealand. To do this Rachel needs to survey ESOL teachers who have taught here in New Zealand. The survey is completely anonymous and only takes a few minutes. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2SRRTKS
Scholarship opportunity: PhD scholarship/studentship associated with the National Science Challenge – A Better Start project. ‘A Better Start: E Tipu E Rea’ National Science Challenge is a New Zealand-wide research project investigating the impact of culturally responsive literacy, health, and well-being interventions to improve outcomes for children from vulnerable communities. Researchers in this project are seeking an appropriate candidate to undertake work in the area of emergent bilingualism and digital technologies with vulnerable children, in the eastern communities of Christchurch.
Amy Scott, PhD
Research Assistant to 'A Better Start' E Tipu e Rea - Literacy
TIRF Competition: The International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF) established the TIRF James E. Alatis Prize for Research on Language Policy and Planning in Educational Contexts to honor the contributions of their educator and association founder. For more information regarding this competition go here. They are inviting nominations for the 2018 TIRF Alatis Prize competition. Nominations are invited for outstanding articles or chapters that were published during calendar years of 2016 or 2017. There is a prize of $500 to be awarded for an article or chapter published in English and dealing with some aspect of language policy or planning in educational contexts.
TESOLANZ members can now obtain a discount of 30% off Multilingual Matters subscriptions and 30% off their books.
To obtain your discount,members must first email Multilingual Matters
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Please note that this is not available to non-members.
Multilingual Matters is an international independent publishing house,
Further details from www.multilingual-matters.com.
Pavilion Publishing - Member Discounts
Pavilion offers offer TESOLANZ members a 5% discount from the following magazines on the rates quoted below.
Englsh Teaching Professional
This magazine is the leading practical international magazine for teachers, with subscribers in over 110 countries. It offers fresh ideas for practical teaching methods, classroom resources and personal and professional development. Each issue is packed with fresh ideas and innovations for practical teaching. It includes articles on the latest ideas for teaching practice, helping you in your work and helping you to achieve your personal and professional development goals in teaching. The magazine includes classroom resources, advice on teacher development and teacher training as well as competitions and reviews.
Modern English Teacher
First published over 30 years ago, this magazine provides an authoritative platform for independent reviews and informative and challenging articles on the development of language and teaching. From classroom theory to independent reviews of the latest materials, compiled into a magazine for teachers that is stimulating, challenging and useful in your professional development and your day-to-day teaching. The magazine’s features and articles will keep you up-to-date with the latest developments in the ELT world. MET is an essential quarterly magazine for any school, library or professional teacher who needs to keep up with the latest developments in ELT theory and thinking.
1 year personal subscription - £33.00 sterling