John Macalister, Victoria University of Wellington: “Teaching Reading: What’s hot, what’s not”
Anne Burns, University of New South Wales: “Investigating teacher cognition: Methodological considerations”
Proposals are invited for:
25-minute paper presentations (20-minute presentations followed by 5-minutes for questions/discussion)
90-minute symposia (80-minutes for presentations followed by 10-minutes for questions/discussion)
Instructions for submissions:
Individual papers: A title, a 250-word abstract plus a 50-word summary of the abstract (plus your name, institution, email and telephone number)
Symposia: A title, a 500-word abstract plus a 200-word summary of the abstract (plus presenters’ names, institutions, emails and telephones).
Submit your abstract at (If this link does not work when you click, please copy and paste it in a new web browser. Please make sure this link is in one line): http://sydney.edu.au/education_social_work/research/centres_and_networks/tesol/colloquium-submissions.php
Submission deadline: Wednesday July 31, 2013
Contact Aek Phakiti (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further inquiries about abstract submissions.
Free Pre-Colloquium Workshops (Friday September 6, 2013):
Workshop 1 (9.00 am - 12.00 pm): Mehdi Riazi, Macquarie University: “Doing mixed-methods research in applied linguistics”
Workshop 2 (1.00 pm - 4.00 pm): John Macalister, Victoria University of Wellington: “Language curriculum design: Designing courses, making changes”
Registration for the workshops (by Friday August 16, 2012): http://sydney.edu.au/education_social_work/research/centres_and_networks/tesol/workshop-apply.php
Contact Phil Chappell (email@example.com) for further inquiries about the workshops.
Contact Marie Stevenson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for general inquiries about the Colloquium.