About the Journal

TESOL in Context is the peer-reviewed publication of the Australian Council for TESOL Associations (ACTA) for teachers, researchers and others interested in TESOL within Australia and internationally. Normally two issues are produced each year. TESOL in Context is an internationally refereed journal with a wide target audience, both national and international. Readership includes TESOL / EAL professionals working in all sectors of education; universities, primary and secondary schooling, early childhood settings, adult migrant programs, vocational training, ELICOS and TESOL teacher education, both in Australia and internationally. Articles published in TESOL in Context typically examine the nexus between theory and practice.

The aims of TESOL in Context are to provide professionals in the field with insights into TESOL issues in Australia and internationally
and contribute to the development of classroom expertise through dissemination of current research and thinking around TESOL.

ISSN 2209-0916

TESOL in Context is an internationally refereed journal with a wide target audience, both national and international.  Readership includes TESOL / EAL professionals working in all sectors of education; universities, primary and secondary schooling, early childhood settings, adult migrant programs, vocational training, ELICOS and TESOL teacher education, both in Australia and internationally.  Articles published in TESOL in Context typically examine the nexus between theory and practice.  The aims of TESOL in Context are to

  • provide professionals in the field with insights into TESOL issues in Australia and internationally;
  • contribute to the development of classroom expertise through dissemination of current research and thinking around TESOL.

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Current Issue

Vol. 32 No. 2 (2024): General Issue
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This issue of TESOL in Context contains two articles and two book reviews that illustrate the breadth of the field and scope of the journal. We hope each member of the diverse TESOL in Context readership will find material in this volume that assists in classroom practices or invites higher level reflection of professional identity and the role TESOL practitioners play in ensuring inclusive practices and social cohesion in an increasingly globalised world. 

The editors of this issue, Dr Averil Grieve, Dr Sharon Yahalom, and Dr David Wei Dai would like to express their sincere gratitude to the authors, reviewers, editorial board members, the preceding journal coordinator Skye Playsted, and the current journal coordinator Dr Fiona Tang for their efforts, expertise, and dedication in bringing this issue to completion through a challenging period.

Published: 2024-07-18

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