The last two weeks of ONL202 has been eye OPENing in a number of ways. We have had the opportunity to gain important insights into open learning and the concept of openness. One of the interesting materials in this part of ONL202 was a podcast, which included an interview conducted by Kiruthika Ragupathi. The interviewContinue reading “Instructional materials and OPENness: a reflection on #ONL202 Topic 2”
I have been reflecting on my corpus linguistic, conversation analytic and recent ethnographic investigations into language teacher education practices lately, given that I have a plenary in the forthcoming ILTERG2 conference. It has been such a pleasure to work with student-teachers and mentors from Turkey and Sweden so far – my research would not haveContinue reading “My forthcoming plenary in ILTERG2”
It was a pleasure to host a webinar with John Gordon on the 16th of September as part of the SOLD Research Environment seminar series at Mälardalen University (Sweden). John managed to attract participants from 14 different countries, including Chile, Turkey, Austria, France, and many others. John’s webinar brought together a diverse group: school teachersContinue reading “John Gordon – Teacher education and researching classroom talk around literature”
My last blog post was on January 15, 2020. Almost 9 months ago… What went wrong? Why did I stop? Have I been too busy? Have I dedicated too much time to micro-blogging (i.e. Tweeting)? Or should I blame COVID-19? Not that I had it, I guess… And may be that is why I decidedContinue reading “My experiences as a participant in ONL: Two weeks and counting…”
Originally posted on Mälardalen INteraction & Didactics (MIND) Research Group:
MIND is organizing two data sessions on the 24th of January, Friday, with Søren Wind Eskildsen (University of Southern Denmark), Niina Lilja (Tampere University) and Silvia Kunitz (Stockholm University/Karlstad University). The sessions will take place at Mälardalen University (Västerås campus). Please see below for…
Hi all! Finally, I joined those academics who have a personal website. Since this comes with a blog, why not blog? I am not sure if I will be able to post regularly, but I am quite motivated to write on issues that are relevant to teachers, researchers, and those involved in teacher education. InContinue reading “Hello world!”
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