• Connecting 'across the ditch' and beyond! 

      Cioccarelli, Lesley; Hynson, Yvonne (2014)
      Take charge of your own professional development. By using the Internet, you can decide when, where and how to keep up-to-date with all the latest developments in teaching ESOL or community languages. This workshop will ...
    • The Internet of Things : and its implications for learning beyond the classroom 

      Reinders, Hayo; Romova, Zina (2017-07)
      It is estimated that by 2020 there will be over 50 billion connected devices. This will go beyond cellphones and computers, to include objects such as cars, household appliances, and – as the technology improves – clothes, ...
    • It takes two: Sharing language skills and cultural insights with EAL students preparing for work placements 

      Malthus, Caroline; Lu, Hongyan (2008)
      This paper reports on collaboration between a Learning Development lecturer and a Nursing lecturer working with English as an additional language (EAL) nursing students. We set up voluntary sessions, with the aim of helping ...
    • Mentoring in language and culture on-line 

      Brown, T. Pascal; Panko, Mary (2000-06)
      A mentor can 'stimulate the construction of the student's autonomy' (Freire 1998), empower people to think more positively about themselves and increase their network of contacts (McKenzie 1995, Jeruchin and Shapiro 1992). ...
    • Teaching and learning academic writing: Narratives of future destinations. 

      Romova, Zina; Andrew, M. (2014)
      Focus: Qualitative project relating content and form of AW portfolios to: Student ‘destinations’, ‘disciplinary communities’ and ‘imagined communities’ The need of more specificity in creating ‘disciplinary identities’ ...
    • Teaching grammar creatively 

      Hadfield, Jill (English Australia, 2016-09)
      Creativity - what? why? how? Why encourage creativity in grammar teaching? Three ways we can help