Teacher Education in CALL

Support Site for Volume 14 in the Language Learning & Language Teaching Series published by John Benjamins.

Edited by Philip Hubbard & Mike Levy

Click on the chapter titles below for abstracts and active links of references available online. Additional material from the editors and chapter authors that is relevant to language teacher training in the use of technology will be posted here in the future.

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Teacher Education in CALL – Table of Contents

        Carol A. Chapelle


Part I: Foundations of Teacher Education in CALL

1 - The Scope of CALL Education
        Philip Hubbard and Mike Levy

2 – Assessing CALL Teacher Training: What are We Doing and What Could We Do Better?
        Greg Kessler

3 – Technology Standards for Teacher Education, Credentialing, and Certification
        Kathryn Murphy-Judy and Bonnie L. Youngs

Part II: CALL Degree Programs

4 – Matching Language and IT Skills: The Life-Cycle of an MA Programme
        John Partridge

5 – Reconstructing Practice: Language Teacher Education and ICT
        Diane Slaouti and Gary Motteram

6 –Theory and Practice in Teaching Project-Oriented CALL
        Robert Debski

Part III: CALL Pre-Service Courses

7 – When the Technology Course is Required
        Volker Hegelheimer

8 – Teaching the Creation of Software that Uses Speech Recognition
        Maxine Eskenazi and Jonathan Brown

9 – Developing Computer Competencies for Pre-Service Language Teachers: Is One Course Enough?
        Martine Peters

10 – Learning in Context: Situating Language Teacher Learning in CALL
        Joy Egbert

11 – Training CALL Teachers Online
        Christine Bauer-Ramazani

Part IV: CALL In-Service Projects, Courses, and Workshops

12 – Training for Trainers: Challenges, Outcomes, and Principles of In-Service Training Across the Irish Education System
        Angela Rickard, Franηoise Blin, and Christine Appel

13 – How WebQuests Send Technology to the Background: Scaffolding EFL Teacher Professional Development in CALL
        Chin-chi Chao

14 – Designing and Implementing Collaborative Internet Projects in Siberia
        Larissa Olesova and Christine Foster Meloni

15 – In-Service CALL Education: What Happens After the Course is Over?
        Lillian Wong and Phil Benson

16 – Teacher Preparation for Online Language Instruction
        Christopher M. Jones and Bonnie L. Youngs

Part V: Alternatives to Formal CALL Training

17 – Expert-Novice Teacher Mentoring in Language Learning Technology
        Carla Meskill, Natasha Anthony, Shannon Hilliker-VanStrander, Chi-hua Tseng, and Jieun You

18 – Communities of Practice for Pre- and In-Service Teacher Education
        Elizabeth Hanson-Smith

19 – Training Ourselves to Train Our Students for CALL
        Marinna Kolaitis, Mary Ann Mahoney, Howard Pomann, and Philip Hubbard

20 – Helping Teachers to Help Themselves
        Thomas Robb

CALL Teacher Education Resources and Professional Organizations


Updated June 6, 2011 by Phil Hubbard