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Aoki, M., Carriera, M., Crane, C., Ellis, D., Paesani, K., Sandrock, P., & Tarone, E. (2017, February 3). “The future of language teacher education: Looking back, moving Forward.” Panel presented at the 10th International Conference on Language Teacher Education, Los Angeles, California.

Godfrey, L., Conroy, K., Johnshoy, M., Dillard, B. (2017, February 3). “Online and on the move: LTE in the 21st Century.” Panel presentation at the 10th International Conference on Language Teacher Education, UCLA, Los Angeles CA.

Paesani, K. (2017, April). “The diverse paths of foreign language teacher development.” Plenary presentation at the SLA Graduate Student Symposium, Minneapolis, MN.

Paesani, K., Allen, H. W., Donato, R., & Kearney, E. (2017, February 3). “Perspectives on high-leverage teaching practices in foreign language education.” Panel presented at the 10th International Conference on Language Teacher Education, Los Angeles, CA.

Paesani, K. (2016). Introduction. In E. W. Glisan & R. Donato (Authors), Enacting the work of language instruction: High-leverage teaching practices (pp. vii-x). Alexandria, VA: American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

Paesani, K., & Allen, H. W. (2016, November 19). “High-leverage teaching practices among experienced French graduate teaching assistants.” Paper presented at 49th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), Boston, MA.

Tarone, E. (2015, May 15). “Exploratory practice: LTE development as a work in progress.” Paper presented in symposium (with Betsy Parrish and Patsy Vinogradov) on “Fostering our continuing development as language teacher educators,” conducted at the 9th International Language Teacher Education Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Tarone, E. (2013, May 30). "Teacher tools for second language acquisition: Helping teachers develop learner language." Workshop conducted at the International Language Teacher Education Conference, Washington, DC.

Soneson, D., & Tarone, E., with Chamot, A., Mahajan, A., & Malone, M. (Eds.) (2012). Expanding our horizons: Language teacher education in the 21st century. Minneapolis: Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition.

Tarone, E. (2012, July 17). "Learner language: Tools for teachers." National Heritage Language STARTALK Workshop at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

Tarone, E. (2012, March 25). "Applied linguists without borders." Distinguished Scholar Award Lecture at the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), Boston, MA.

Tarone, E. (2012, May 24). "Exploring learner language in language teacher education." Public lecture at the Institute fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik at Vienna University, Vienna, Austria.

Anderson, M., & Lazaraton, A. (2009). Bridging Contexts, Making Connections: Selected papers from the Fifth International Conference on International Language Teacher Education (CARLA Working Paper Series). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition. Retrieved from http://www.carla.umn.edu/resources/working-papers/   See annotation...
Eight papers originally presented at the Fifth International Conference on Language Teacher Education were selected for inclusion in this volume dedicated to the diversity of voices in the field. While each paper speaks to a different teaching context, they all highlight ‘best practices’ in language teacher education. Some of the papers address practices in different contexts and others challenge readers to rethink the knowledge base of language teacher education, to think critically about what this knowledge consists of and why, and to describe classroom and professional tools that will best equip language teachers to help their students achieve their language learning goals.

Bigelow, M., & Morgan, L. (2009, May 28). "Learning advocacy: Teacher education practices and teacher knowledge." Pre-conference workshop presented at the Sixth International Language Teacher Education Conference held in Washington, D.C.

Tarone, E. (2009, July 21). Interview with WCCO News on a feature story that focused on the advantages for young children in learning a second language. Interview conducted with WCCO News, Minneapolis, MN.

Tarone, E. (2009, May 28). "Preparing teachers to explore learner language." Pre-conference workshop presented at the Sixth International Language Teacher Education Conference held in Washington, D.C.

Tarone, E. (2009). Equipping teachers to be language explorers: Exploring language in the classroom. In M. Anderson & A. Lazaraton (Eds.), Bridging Contexts, Making Connections: Proceedings of the Fifth International Language Teacher Education Conference (pp. 7-22). Minneapolis: Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition.

Tarone, E., & Swierzbin, B. (2009). Exploring Learner Language. Oxford: Oxford University Press.   See annotation...
Tarone (2007) proposed and wrote the theoretical framework for this book at the LRC-sponsored LTE conference in 2007. The book has been in production during all of Year II, and will be published in Year III.

Tarone, E., Bigelow, M., & Hansen, K. (2009). Literacy and Second Language Oracy. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Retrieved from http://www.oup.com/us/   See annotation...
The book integrates reports on an ongoing project documenting the oral language processing of low literate learners of English as a second language.

Johnston, B., & Walls, K. (2007). Voice and vision in language teacher education: Selected papers from the Fourth International Conference on International Language Teacher Education (CARLA Working Paper Series). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition. Retrieved from http://www.carla.umn.edu/resources/working-papers/   See annotation...
This volume of fourteen selected papers presented at the Fourth International Conference on Language Teacher Education showcases work from eight different national contexts in settings as diverse as English as a Foreign Language (EFL), English as a Second Language (ESL), French immersion education, and Spanish and Japanese language instruction. Echoing the theme of the conference, these papers highlight a diverse range of teacher educator voices as they interact with the vision of conceptual frameworks teacher educators have come to share.The ideas and insights presented in these papers help to push forward our understandings and our practice of language teacher education.

Tarone, E. (2007, May 31). "Equipping teachers to be language explorers." Keynote plenary presentation at the Fifth International Language Teacher Education Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Tedick, D., Johnshoy, M., & Cammarata, L. (2005, June 2-4). "CoBaLTT for language teacher education." Pre-conference workshop offered at the Voice and Vision in Language Teacher Education: 4th International Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Bigelow, M., & Walker, C. (Eds.). (2004). Creating teacher community: Selected papers from the Third International Conference on Language Teacher Education (CARLA Working Paper Series #24). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition. Retrieved from http://www.carla.umn.edu/resources/working-papers/

(2003, May 29-31). "Third International Conference on Language Teacher Education: Creating Teacher Community." Minneapolis, MN.

Cohen, A. D. (2003, May 29). "Heightening teachers' awareness about the role of style preferences, strategy repertoire, and motivation in learners completing L2 tasks." Pre-conference workshop conducted at the Third International Conference on Language Teacher Education, Minneapolis, MN.

 

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