Imagination in teacher professional development

In a previous entry on imagination in teacher education I focused on publications intended to promote creativity and imagination in English language teaching and learning. Now I would like to focus on professional development since the way the content and ideas advanced in books and articles are disseminated among ELT practitioners is mainly through teacher … More Imagination in teacher professional development

Imagination in teacher education: initial thoughts

My Masters dissertation (2009) was on Imagination in Teacher Education. I haven’t had time since then to transform the work into a proper publication – which is something I still intend to do. My main argument in the paper is that imagination, in the context of language teacher education, has been, generally speaking, either neglected … More Imagination in teacher education: initial thoughts

Imagination in ELT: Journal Articles

No account of ELT professional reading would be significant without considering articles from the ELT Journal. A search for ‘imagination’ in the entire ELT Journal Online Archive since 1946 produced a result of 328 items. The search for ‘creativity’ resulted in 191 items, including articles, comments and reviews. However, these articles do not deal specifically … More Imagination in ELT: Journal Articles