PublicationsA selection of benefits for our members
Currently, as a benefit to its members (and occasionally everyone!) we produce three types of publications – an eBulletin, a podcast, and books.
Every other month, your inbox will smile when our eBulletin, composed of contributions from members and invited guests, appears from our editors who lovingly collate and polish it into TD themes! Our eBulletins have regular sections that we encourage you to not only read, but get involved with by submitting your own contribution too.
- TTT: Tales of a Travelling Trainer (including featured region)
- Quote Unquote: Is there a quote that defines your teacher-outlook? Want to share it? Pick one, write a brief line or two about why you chose it and let us know. Here are a few to give you some ideas.
- TDQ: There are TDQ question bank to choose from and write about. Ideally for one issue, choose a few to answer within about 100 words each. And of course, if you’d like to add a photo, even better. (including featured region)
- TD Stories: We’re interested in sharing our learnings with everyone. So, tell us a reflective story about something that you planned, but it didn’t go quite the way you expected, and what you learnt from it all. No more than 500 words, please. (including featured region)
- TD Toolkit: We’re also collecting your reviews of favourite TD books, blogs, apps and online resources. What’s your go-to resource? What tips for using it? Pick one and within around 250 words, let us know why you love it.
An introduction to the new TDSIG
New semester’s TD resolutions
Keep your mojo going
TD at professional events
TD and learner feedback
TD plan: the months to come
Featured region: South/East Asia
Featured region: South America
TD Reading into practice
Featured region: Africa
Featured region: India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam
|Nov 2019 – The PCE issue
The intersection of social justice topics and teacher development
Featured region: n/a
Dec 2019 – 5-minute TD tips
Starting in late 2018, to better include the voices of our diversifying membership, we’re adding a “Featured Region” to the theme of our eBulletin issues. While you DO NOT have to be teaching in one of them to submit your contribution on theme, we will give priority to anyone teaching in these contexts. Even if you have something to add that is specific to your teaching context that does not fit the theme, please still submit. We want to hear from everyone so our issues connect with each of you.
So you want to contribute? Yay! Your contribution should be sent to [email protected] (with subject line indicating section) by the deadline indicated. We will send you a digital copy of the issue that your article appears in even if you are not a TDSIG member. But maybe it’s time you became one!
You can create your submission as a short article (word length above by section); short video, audio clip, or some other imaginative format! We will try to accept all sorts as our eBulletin is fully digital.
We’re into the podcasting generation, yes we are. Every other month, 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 or sample by listening to Episode 4 with Adrian Underhill below.
We’ve been brainstorming a few different projects, all of which when published will be shared with members only. Sometimes they will be eBooks, other times print, and sometimes both! Right now, our editors are working on the following:
- TDSIG Book 1: Early Selections (2018): a collection of articles from members over the years on themes including What is Teacher Development?, Gender in ELT, Teaching and Training, Teaching in Context, Teacher Research, and much more!
Preview TDSIG Book 1
- TDSIG Book 2: 1992-2010 [tentative] – Coming 2019
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