Cratylus and maintaining a complex sense of cinnamon: A reply to Pallotti (2021)

Reading Time: 16 minutes Abstract Complexity perspectives have been proposed as a way of underpinning more nuanced, contextualized understandings for second language research and pedagogy. […]

Reimagine Labs and Experiential Learning

Recently the Teaching Innovation Center (TIC) hosted a Coffee and Conversation event that focused on discussing the question, how can we reimagine labs and experiential […]

AILA2021 World Congress Symposium – Practitioner Research & Classroom Dynamics

Reading Time: 2 minutes Emic Insights Through a Small Lens Hello and thank you for coming to the symposium at AILA2021 about Practitioner Research. […]

“Discussion Bored to Discussion More” Part 1: How to create community discussions using Yellowdig

When I work with faculty that teach immersion (students in the classroom) many of them are worried that if they teach online or hybrid they […]

Socially Construct Your Teaching Practice

Summer is here (feeling the heat!), and hopefully, you can set aside a bit of time to spend on developing yourself professionally! In the School […]

Redesigning Online Discussions for Social Presence

A community of inquiry includes the social and cognitive interactions among students, instructors, and experts in the field, as well as their interaction with the […]

Humanising Language Research Through the Complexity Lens (Webinar)

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this Webinar, Ema Ushioda, Richard Sampson and Richard Pinner discuss the issues surrounding Complexity Theory and conducting research on […]

Authenticity and Currency

How do time and authenticity interact It has been a long time since I wrote about authenticity… or at least it feels like it anyway. […]

Start Having Authentic Online Course Discussions

Do you often feel frustrated with the way discussions in your online course end up? Is everyone repeating the same thing? Are you reading essays […]

Distracted Students? Explore What You Can Do About It

That red dot. It's calling your name. Emails, Slack messages, voicemails. Family and pets. Distractions! If you're distracted, chances are your students are distracted. Perhaps […]

Unneeded Action scripts removal

Hi, I’m currently using the updated and most recent Captivate version on a Windows 10 Pro system, and I’m finishing up an e-learning course. Over […]

WEBINAR: Humanising Language Research Through the Complexity Lens

6th March 202110 AM to 1130 UTCFind your time zone( Speakers: Ema UshiodaRichard J. SampsonRichard S. Pinner In this 90-minute Webinar, participants will be able […]

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