LINGUIST List 33.2184

Mon Jul 04 2022

Calls: English; Applied Linguistics/Thailand

Editor for this issue: Everett Green <>

Date: 28-Jun-2022
From: Monthon Kanokpermpoon <>
Subject: Diversity and Inclusivity in English Language Education
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Full Title: Diversity and Inclusivity in English Language Education
Short Title: DIELE

Date: 09-Dec-2022 - 10-Dec-2022
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Contact Person: Monthon Kanokpermpoon
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 31-Jul-2022

Meeting Description:

This conference is an excellent opportunity for discussing key issues and current trends in promoting inclusive education in classrooms where English is taught as a foreign, second, additional or international language. A real strength of this event is that it brings together a diverse audience comprising academics, teacher educators, teacher-researchers, researchers, policy makers and materials developers, who are keen on promoting and utilising theory, research and practice to make English language education more attractive, effective, inclusive and innovative.

Call for Papers:

​The Conference Committee invites conceptual and empirical papers on one or more of the following topics. The topics relate to promoting diversity and inclusivity in classrooms where English is taught as a foreign, second, additional or international language, and include, but are not limited to:

- teaching students from marginalised groups
- teaching students with special educational needs
- learner experiences and voices
- teacher experiences and reflections
- current educational policies
- curriculum, pedagogy and assessment
- assistive technologies, accessible resources and diverse instructional materials
- critical pedagogy
- parental/family engagement with schools
- identity, gender and equality
- student/teacher mental health and well-being
- teacher beliefs, attitudes and practices
- teacher education and continuing professional development

These are 20-minute formal lecture presentations that include 10 minutes of questions and answers time (total 30 minutes). These presentations may report empirical findings, offer syntheses of theories or approaches, present case studies or share best practices.

Abstracts will be reviewed against the following criteria:
- ​topic relevance, currency and significance
- originality
- conciseness, coherence, clarity and focus of presentation
- theoretical orientation
- methodology (research projects only)

Submission page:

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