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  • 1.  Call for submissions

    Posted 21 days ago
    CALL FOR TEIS NEWSLETTER SUBMISSIONS: Deadline August 1st, 2021


    TEIS
    is calling for articles on training programs or education program topics of significance to teacher educators, with a special focus on teacher leadership. We are also looking for TEIS voices from all of our members.

    Articles

    Articles should be between 800 and 1,500 words and should address program descriptions, course descriptions, best practices, teaching techniques, or any topic of interest to ESOL teacher educators that pertains to teacher training. For our special issue this autumn, the focus of the article should be on teacher leadership.

    TEIS Voices

    TEIS voices are paragraphs of approximately 100 words that introduce a teacher educator's work or program. We are especially looking for submissions that focus on teacher leadership. TEIS voices serve as a networking tool as well as an opportunity to shine a spotlight on a teacher, program, or country we might not otherwise read about.

    Here are additional submission guidelines:

    • Include a title for the article (written in ALL CAPS).
    • Include author's name, affiliation, city, country, and e-mail.
    • Include a 50-word abstract or teaser for the newsletter homepage.
    • Include a 2- to 3-sentence biography of the author.
    • Contain no more than five citations.
    • Format text in MS Word (.doc(x)) or rich text (.rtf).
    • Include author's photo in jpeg format with a head-and-shoulder shot.
    • Write manuscript according to APA style (6th ed.).


    Please send article and voice contributions to Bridget Schvarcz & Khanh-Duc Kuttig at teis.newsletter@gmail.com



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    Khanh-Duc Kuttig
    (TEIS Newsletter Co-editor)

    Department of English
    University of Siegen
    Germany

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  • 2.  RE: Call for submissions

    Posted 20 days ago
    NO idea what TEIS is.  Please always put the long name
    first followed by the abbreviation.  If wanting to interest
    readers, they shouldn't have to go to the Internet to check
    what is meant by TEIS.
    Sincerely,
    Joyce

    --
    Joyce Cunningham,
    Professor Emerita
    Ibaraki U.-Japan/Centennial





  • 3.  RE: Call for submissions

    Posted 20 days ago
    Dear All,

    My sincere apologies - it is a genuine rookie mistake.

    Our call for submissions is for our next issue (Fall 2021) of the TESOL Teacher Education Interest Section newsletter.

    Best wishes,
    Khanh-Duc

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    Khanh Duc Kuttig
    University of Siegen
    Germany
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