YELL/TELL: online community platform for teacher professional development

  title={YELL/TELL: online community platform for teacher professional development},
  author={Ivana Marenzi and Maria Bortoluzzi and Rishita Kalyani},
The community platform Young/Teen English Language Learners (YELL/ TELL), as mentioned by Bortoluzzi and Marenzi (2014) was “developed to respond to the needs of collaboration and sharing among trainee teachers, school teachers, teacher trainers and researchers in the field of language learning for English [as a Foreign or Second Language (FL/SL)]” (p.182). The current study focuses on ethnographic observation and data gathered during a workshop for professional development organised for… 

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