Second Language Teacher Education: Inspiring Creativity, Cultivating Excellence resonates as a universal theme, uniting individuals of all ages and backgrounds across the globe. Whether it's students in pursuit of academic excellence, professionals seeking to enhance their career prospects, or enthusiasts indulging in the joys of multilingualism, the pivotal factor for success in second language acquisition remains the expertise of their teachers. The importance of comprehending the research-based foundations of language teaching, as well as the continuous evolution of pedagogical practices, cannot be overstated. With this in mind, our conference aspires to serve as a unifying platform for language teacher educators and researchers hailing from various corners of the world. Through illuminating keynote addresses, thought-provoking symposia, and engaging presentations and posters, we aim to foster a dynamic exchange of ideas and knowledge. We extend our warm invitation to both seasoned and emerging language teacher educators and researchers, encouraging them to contribute their insights across the spectrum of pre-service and in-service language teacher education. Following on the success of SLTED2022 in Vienna, we would like to invite you to Brno to participate in SLTED2024.
- KEY DATES
- Call for Papers Opens 16th October 2023
- Paper and Poster Abstract Submission Opens 1st December 2023
- Abstract Submission Closes 1st March 2024
- Registration with Payment Starts 15th April 2024
- Conference Days 4th - 6th September 2024
Video-tagging for reflection-on-interaction: bridging the research-practice gap in second language teacher development
A workshop including guided discovery using a video database and a hands-on part noticing and discussing interactional phenomena in the classroom.
Olcay Sert is a Professor of English language education in the School of Education, Culture and Communication at Mälardalen University, Sweden. His research deals with (TESOL) classroom discourse, L2 interaction, language teacher education, and technology use in teaching and teacher education. He is the editor of Classroom Discourse.
The conference is organized by a team from DEAS (Department of English and American Studies) at the Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University, Brno) with support of other language departments with programmes in language teacher education.
- Jitka Sedláčková
- Nicola Catherine Fořtová
- Linda Nepivodová
- Thomas Rankin
- Vendula Matochová