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Cultural and Social Diversity in Language Teacher Education

by Hanna Komorowska (Author) Jarosław Krajka (Author)
Monographs 298 Pages
Series: Gdańsk Studies in Language, Volume 19

Summary

The aim of the present book is to examine the social and cultural diversity of language teacher education, providing a unified account of highly diversified teacher development and appraisal realities across sociocultural contexts. We will strive to make an overview of a wide range of issues related to teacher development approaches and models, teacher competences, adopted roles, stressors and motivators, teacher appraisal systems, professional examinations and certifications as well as digital opportunities for teacher development. All of these concepts will be discussed in a wide social and cultural context, trying to bring examples from numerous countries.

Details

Pages
298
ISBN (PDF)
9783631864227
ISBN (ePUB)
9783631864234
ISBN (MOBI)
9783631864241
Language
English
Tags
applied linguistics language teacher education sociocultural contexts of language teaching methodology language teacher appraisal continued professional development teacher training

Biographical notes

Hanna Komorowska (Author) Jarosław Krajka (Author)

Hanna Komorowska, professor of applied linguistics and language teaching at the SWPS University in Warsaw, served as the Polish delegate to the Council of Europe, member of the EU High Level Group on Multilingualism and a consultant to the ECML in Graz. Jarosław Krajka, professor of applied linguistics and language teaching and Head of Department of Applied Linguistics of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, editor-in-chief of Teaching English with Technology journal.

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