Connecting research and practice in TESOL: a community of practice perspective

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Tavakoli, Parvaneh;

In line with a growing interest in teacher research engagement in second language education, this article is an attempt to shed light on teachers’ views on the relationship between teaching and practice. The data comprise semi-structured interviews with 20 teachers in E... View more
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