Educational Linguistics is dedicated to innovative studies of language use and language learning in educational settings worldwide. It provides a forum for work that crosses traditional boundaries between theory and practice, between micro and macro, and between native, second and foreign language education. The series focuses on work that is cross-disciplinary, contextualized, and critical.
The Series publishes in-depth studies of educational innovation in diverse contexts and in different parts of the world; issues of equity, cultural and linguistic diversity, revalorization of indigenous languages, responsible teaching of second and foreign languages, first-and second-language literacy, the ecology of language development and socialization in non-traditional settings, language across the curriculum, the integration of language across academic subjects, language and technology, and other relevant topics.
The series Educational Linguistics invites authors to contact the general editor with suggestions and/or proposals for new publications. For more information, please contact the Publishing Editor:
Jolanda Voogd, Asssociate Publishing Editor, Springer, Van Godewijckstraat 30, 3300 AA Dordrecht, The Netherlands
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