Identity, Multilingualism and CALL - Liudmila Klimanova

Identity, Multilingualism and CALL - Liudmila Klimanova

On Becoming Language Education Professionals: Reframing Multilingual Doctoral Students’ Perceptions of Language Teacher Identity Negotiations

Identity, Multilingualism and CALL - Liudmila Klimanova

Patrick Mannion [+-]
University of South Florida

Patrick Mannion received a Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Instructional Technology from the University of South Florida. His research interests include Systemic Functional Linguistics, genre approaches to literacy, educational technology, and multimodality. He was about 20 years of experience teaching English as a foreign language in schools in Japan.

John Liontas [+-]
University of South Florida
John I. Liontas is the 2014-2021 Director of the Technology in Education and Second Language Acquisition (TESLA) doctoral program at the University of South Florida where he teaches graduate courses in ESOL, SLA, idiomatics, and emerging digital technologies. He is an active member in (inter)national learned societies, distinguished thought leader, multiple award-winning author, researcher, and practitioner and also the Editor-in-Chief of award-winning The TESOL Encyclopedia of English Language Teaching (Wiley, 2018), the first print and online encyclopedia for TESOL International Association since its founding in 1966. He writes and presents worldwide on issues of idiomatics, emerging digital technologies, and game approaches.

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This study describes doctoral students’ identity work within a Community of Practice, which developed in a course on educational technology use in L2 education. Course activities (collaborative digital storytelling, asynchronous discussions) positioned them as developing professionals and enabled them to provide mutual support and delineate ideal practices of language educators.

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Mannion, Patrick; Liontas, John. On Becoming Language Education Professionals: Reframing Multilingual Doctoral Students’ Perceptions of Language Teacher Identity Negotiations. Identity, Multilingualism and CALL. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. May 2022. ISBN 9781800500792. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=43414. Date accessed: 01 Dec 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.43414. May 2022

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