PublicationsA selection of benefits for our members
As a benefit to being part of the TDSIG community, we publish the following types: an e-zine, a podcast, books, and a journal.
The curated ezine for members
In August 2017, we launched our digital email bulletin (e-bulletin) as we transitioned from a print publication sent to all members at an unsustainable expense to a more concise digital format that we can send more frequently. In July 2020, we relaunch this digital publication as TDLinkup, our curated ezine for members. Inside it members will find links to articles, videos, podcasts, and community chats on themes requested from our community of teachers.
If you’d like to contribute to an upcoming issue or suggest a theme, please get in touch with us! You do not need to be a TDSIG member to contribute but you do need to be one to receive this digital publication by to your inbox. If you are not a TDSIG member, maybe it’s time you became one!
#14 – Jul 2020 – Teacher Well-Being
#15 – Sep 2020 – Online TD [revisited]
#1 – Aug 2017,An introduction to the new TDSIG
#2 – Oct 2017,New semester’s TD resolutions
#3 – Dec 2017, Reflective TD
#4 – Feb 2018, Keeping your mojo going
#5 – Apr 2018, TD at professional events
#6 – Jul 2018, TD and learner feedback
#7 – Sep 2018, TD plans: the months to come (feat. East Asia)
#8 – Nov 2018, Experiment TD (feat. South America)
#9 – Jan 2019, TD reading into practice (feat. Africa)
#10 – Mar 2019, Online TD (feat. Southeast Asia)
#11 – Nov 2019, The PCE Issue: The intersection of social justice to[ics and TD
#12 – Jan 2020, 5-minute TD tips (feat. Central & South America)
Every month (most times anyway), we’ll be talking about issues with guests that impact our development. You’ll recognise some of our guests! Maybe you? Developod is available to subscribe to wherever you get your podcasts. See here for more details on each episode!
Teacher Development Academic Journal (2020-Present): To address a gap in the academic sphere on teacher development-specific research, we have published the TDAJ with kind thanks to all involved. Found out more about it here.
TDSIG Book 1: Early Selections (2018): a collection of articles from the archives of our newsletters over the years on themes including What is Teacher Development?, Gender in ELT, Teaching and Training, Teaching in Context, Teacher Research, and much more! This publication was sent to all members at the time of publication. For new members, you can request a copy from Head Office ([email protected]). // Preview TDSIG Book 1
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