ISSUES IN THE PROFESSION

Learner Native-Speakerism at the Eikaiwa Gakkou - 001

  • Martin A. Cater

What We Gain From ELT Professional Presentations - 010

  • Takaaki Hiratsuka

Online English Study: Perceptions of Language Ownership in Japan - 017

  • Christian Misuro

Collaborative Teacher Observations: A Case Study - 026

  • Michael Ellis

Teacher Diaries: Aid to Introspection and Support for Novice Teachers - 032

  • Mina Westby

Teachers Learning From Teachers - 038

  • Mark Shrosbree
  • Catherine Cheetham

Professional Identity Among Limited-Term Contract University EFL Teachers in Japan - 045

  • Bjorn Fuisting

The Vicious Triangle: CLT, Native Speakers, and “English-Only” Classrooms - 055

  • Rob McGregor

Teacher Demotivation in a National Eikaiwa Chain in Japan - 062

  • James Taylor

Professional Development in an Online Learning Setting Through Collaborative Dialogue - 068

  • Katrin Niewalda

CELTA: Part-Time or Intensive? Making the Right Choice - 075

  • Deborah Broadby
  • Lauren Landsberry

Sharing Experiences With Quantitative Research - 087

  • Aaron C. Sponseller
  • Gregory Sholdt
  • Yasuko Okada
  • Ellen Rettig-Miki
  • Michael Wilkins

Usage Issues and Sourcing Images for Teacher-Made Materials - 095

  • Cameron Romney

Edcamp and Innovation in Professional Development for ALTs - 102

  • Bernadette Denston
  • Thomas Stringer

Moving Towards Better Quantitative Data Analysis in FLL Research - 111

  • Paul Collett

2015 JALT Membership Survey: Trends, Issues, and Solutions - 122

  • Fred Carruth
  • Melodie Cook
  • Kent Hatashita
  • Noriko Mori
  • Marian Wang
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