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Teacher Research: Looking Back and Moving Forward

  • Hugo Santiago Sanchez
  • Simon Borg
Part of the International Perspectives on English Language Teaching book series (INPELT)

Abstract

In this concluding chapter we review the work presented in the volume in order to draw some conclusions about the current state of activity and inquiry in teacher research in language teaching. We also identify areas for continued exploration in relation to both doing and facilitating teacher research in our field.

Keywords

Professional Development Professional Learning Language Teaching Participatory Action Research Language Teacher 
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© Hugo Santiago Sanchez and Simon Borg 2015

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  • Hugo Santiago Sanchez
  • Simon Borg

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