I’ll be happy to answer questions about any of this stuff! And if you would like to reference or cite me in your own work…. lovely! I’ll try to update as often as I can. I can also send better quality scans if required. Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Elliott, D. (2012). Parallel Blogging: Explorations in Teacher and Learner Autonomy. In K. Irie & A. Stewart (Eds.), Realizing autonomy: Practice and reflection in language education contexts. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan.
Elliott, D. (2008) Internet technologies and language teacher education. In Thomas, M. (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Language Acquisition Technologies: Web 2.0 Transformation of Learning. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI Publishing
Elliott, D. (2010) “The Coursebook Challenge” English Teaching Professional, July 2010 (69) p.12 – 14
Elliott, D. (2010) “How did you learn to teach?” Teacher Development, Spring 2010 (63) p.8 – 11
Elliott, D. (2009) “Teacher Development / Learner Development: The Role of Reflective Practice” InForm, October 2009 (4) p. 7-8
Elliott, D (2008) “JALT 2007 Conference Report” Explorations in Teacher Education, Winter 2008,(16/1) p. 31-33
Elliott, D. (2008) “See you at the Coffee Stand!” English Teaching Professional, November 2008 (59) p. 49
Elliott, D. (2007) “Recent Trends in Online Teacher Training” IATEFL CALL Review, Summer 2007, p. 11-18
I write quite a lot of book reviews – first of all, I love getting free books! But more importantly, I find it encourages me to read more carefully and more critically. There are plenty of journals in print and online who are looking for reviewers, and it is a great way to get your name in print early in your career.
Reflective Language Teaching: From Research to Practice. T.S.C. Farrell, London: Continuum. (Reviewed in “JALT Journal” (31/2) November 2009)
Form-focused Instruction and Teacher Education: Studies in Honour of Rod Ellis. S. Fotos and H. Nassaji (eds.). Oxford: OUP. (Reviewed in “English Language Teaching Journal” (63/3) November 2009)
English as Lingua Franca: Attitude and Identity. Jenkins, J. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. (Reviewed in TEFL.net, November 2009)
Lessons from Good Language Learners, Griffiths, C. (Ed.) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. (Reviewed in“Modern English Teacher” (18/2) April 2009 p. 80 – 81)
Working with Images: A Resource Book for the Language Classroom. Goldstein, B. Cambridge: CUP, 2008. (Reviewed in “TESL-EJ” March 2009)
Learning and Teaching English: A course for teachers. Lindsay, C. ＆ Knight, P. Oxford: OUP. / Learning to Teach English: A practical introduction for new teachers. Watkins, P. Peaslake: Delta. (Reviewed in TEFL.net, March 2009)
Online Intercultural Exchange. O’Dowd, R. (Ed.). Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters. (Reviewed in “TESL-EJ”, Autumn, 2008)
Imagine That! Arnold, J. Puchta, H. Rinvolucri, M. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Reviewed in TEFL.net, Summer 2008)
Macmillan English Grammar in Context. Vince, M. Oxford: Macmillan. (Reviewed in “English Teaching Professional”, July, 2008)
The Experience of Language Teaching. Senior, R. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2006. (Reviewed in “The JALT Journal” May, 2008 p. 134 – 136)
More Autonomy You Ask! Eric M. Skier and Miki Kohyama (eds.) Tokyo, Japan: The Learner Development Special Interest group of JALT, 2006. (Reviewed in “Independence” Spring, 2008 p. 36 – 38)
“Personal Learning Networks – the what, why and how” at the 4th International Wireless Ready Symposium, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, 19th February 2010.
“Choosing the Technology that Works for YOU!” at the JALT National Conference, Shizuoka, 21st November 2009.
“Writing for Oneself: Reflective Practice through Journal Writing” at the Japan Writers’ Conference, Nanzan University, Nagoya, 29th November 2008.
“Teacher Development in the 21st Century” at the JALT National Conference, Tokyo, 1st November 2008.
“How Web 2.0 Can Help Teachers Develop” at the 2nd International Wireless Ready Symposium, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, 29th March, 2008.
Elliott, D. (2008) How can Web 2.0 Help Teachers Develop? In Proceedings of the 2nd International Wireless Ready Conference (pp. 39 – 42).