This is a guest post that I wrote for the EAL Journal, a UK publication attached to NALDIC (National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum) about my recently published book. Click on the photo for link.
Most of the Western world celebrates "New Year" on January 1st, as does WordPress. In the academic world, however, our rhythms are different. July signals for me the end of the year, and a time for reflecting on the past academic year and the upcoming year. So I'm going to have my own little celebration … Continue reading My Academic year by the numbers
The annual Bilingualism Summer School held at the University of Bangor is probably one of the best places to talk about bilingualism. It's two weeks of researchers, academics and students, all gathered for the same thing - to talk about various aspects of bilingualism. This year, I have the good fortune to be attending for … Continue reading Talking about Bilingualism in Bangor