The new issue of The CATESOL Journal (Vol. 25, No. 1) is now available online!
For readers who like to have The CATESOL Journal on the bookshelf, traditional hard copies will continue to be available for a fee through the CATESOL website.
In this issue:
- The winning Graduate Student Research Contest paper
- Three feature articles—one on the efficacy of “thinking maps,” one on content-area teachers’ perspectives on their multicultural teacher education, and one on students’ and professors’ views of L1 use in foreign language classrooms.
- Exchange pieces that provide a wealth of classroom practice options—text-based guided output tasks, digital media activities and resources, ideas for expanding VESL instruction for new immigrants, exercises to foster critical thinking, and approaches to teaching vocabulary.
The CATESOL Journal is now published twice a year, allowing authors to get their articles to press more quickly and helping to keep members in touch with the pedagogical and scholarly work that the CATESOL organization is doing.
Within the next few months, back issues of The CATESOL Journal (volumes 10-24) will be available to the general public at our website: catesoljournal.org.
The CATESOL Journal is now available in full text at many academic libraries through the US and the world through EBSCO. The exact database name may vary based on your library’s subscription policies so check with your library.
We are seeking additional Editorial Board members for future issues of The CATESOL Journal. If you have published or reviewed manuscripts or proposals before, we welcome you to apply by contacting us at email@example.com.
Mark Roberge and Margi Wald are co-editors of The CATESOL Journal.