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Title: Teacher education
Author: William Littlewood
Institution: Hong Kong Institute of Education
Linguistic Field: Applied Linguistics
Abstract: 07–460 Dogancay-Aktuna, Seran (Southern Illinois U, USA), Expanding the socio-cultural knowledge base of TESOL teacher education. Language, Culture and Curriculum (Multilingual Matters) 19.3 (2006), 278–295.

07–461 Garrison, Leslie (San Diego State U, USA), Teacher attrition and retention along the Mexican border. Bilingual Research Journal (National Association for Bilingual Education) 30.2 (2006), 365–384.

07–462 Harrison, Jennifer (U Leicester, UK), An examination of the language and interpretations of ‘Standard one’ for initial teacher training in England: ‘Professional values and practice’ – outcomes or opportunities? European Journal of Teacher Education (Routledge/Taylor & Francis) 29.4 (2006), 431–454.

07–463 Love, Kristina (U Melbourne, Australia) & Merle Isles, 'Welcome to the online discussion group': A diagnostic framework for teachers. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy (Australian Literacy Educators' Association) 29.3 (2006), 210–224.

07–464 Márquez-López, Teresa I. (U California, USA), Dual-language student teachers' classroom-entry issues: Stages toward gaining acceptance. Bilingual Research Journal (National Association for Bilingual Education) 30.2 (2006), 499–520.

07–465 Rankin, Jamie (Princeton U, USA; ) & Florian Becker, Does reading the research make a difference? A case study of teacher growth in FL German. The Modern Language Journal (Blackwell) 90.3 (2006), 353–372.

07–466 Santoro, Ninetta (Deakin U, Australia), 'Outsiders' and 'others': 'Different' teachers teaching in culturally diverse classrooms. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice (Taylor & Francis) 13.1 (2007), 81–97.

07–467 Sook Lee, Jin & Eva Oxelson (U California, Santa Barbara, USA), 'It's not my job': K–12 teacher attitudes toward students' heritage language maintenance. Bilingual Research Journal (National Association for Bilingual Education) 30.2 (2006), 453–477.

07–468 Tudor, Ian (U Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium), Teacher training and 'quality' in higher education language teaching: Strategies and options. European Journal of Teacher Education (Routledge/Taylor & Francis) 29.4 (2006), 519–532.

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