🎉 Congratulations! Our Author Spotlight this week features another excellent review, written by Carlo Cinaglia! Cinaglia succinctly summarizes and highlights key points from Transforming World Language Teaching and Teacher Education for Equity and Justice: Pushing Boundaries in US Contexts (Wassell & Glynn 2022), which Cinaglia calls an “invaluable resource for teachers”. Cinaglia also calls attention to the principal target audience that would benefit from reading this book, language teachers and teacher educators. The author’s dedication and energy to the subject matter would incite any reader to embrace this edited volume.
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Carlo Cinaglia is a doctoral student in the Second Language Studies program at Michigan State University. His current research draws on narrative inquiry and discourse-analytic approaches to examine student identity and investment in language learning as well as pre-service language teacher identity and agency within teacher education programs. He is also interested in qualitative research methodology and ethics in applied linguistics scholarship more broadly. Carlo has taught undergraduate courses in Linguistics, TESOL, Spanish and ESL, and he currently mentors graduate student language teachers completing their practicum. Learn more about Carlo and follow him on Twitter @CarloCinaglia!
Wassell, Beth and Cassandra Glynn, editors. Transforming World Language Teaching and Teacher Education for Equity and Justice: Pushing Boundaries in US Contexts. Multilingual Matters, 2022. Pp. 203. ISBN 978-1-78892-650-8.