This e-journal is sponsored by CETAPS (The Centre for English, Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies) with a view to providing a forum for the publication of papers which reflect the wide range of scientific perspectives included within the study of English. Articles of a diverse nature, especially those associated with the research sub-unit denominated TEALS (the Teaching of English and Applied Language Studies), will be the mainstay of the journal.
Children’s Literature in English Language Education (CLELEjournal), edited by Janice Bland, Christiane Lütge and Sandie Mourão
Coordinator: Dr António Lopes (Algarve University)
Um projeto da UE para professores do 1º ciclo financiado pelo programa Erasmus+
Coordinator: Dr Margarida Morgado (Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco – Escola Superior de Educação)
Comissão Consultiva: Carlos Ceia (…)
Site oficial: http://www.clil4children.eu
C4C levará a cabo as seguintes atividades de investigação:
Com base nos resultados do estudo e da revisão de OERs, o projeto desenvolverá os seguintes produtos:
Linhas de orientação sobre o desenvolvimento e uso de CLIL no 1º ciclo
Os números previstos pelo projeto são de informação de cerca de 59.000 participantes dos grupos alvo sobre o projeto C4C e de envolvimento de cerca de 700 professores e 2.000 alunos, a diversos níveis.
SUPERVISOR: PROFESSOR CARLOS CEIA
Current PhDs students/projects:
|Carlos Ceia: Que Alguém Somos? – O Ensino de Línguas Estrangeiras em Portugal, 2017. E-book, Escryptos, ISBN: 9789899534728; edição ne varietur: Obras Completas de Carlos Ceia, vol. 14, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, ISBN-13: 978-1981787425; ISBN-10: 1981787429, 2017|
|Carlos Ceia: The Profession of Teaching Literature: A Portuguese Professor Reflects on the Pedagogical Goals, A Profissão de Professor de Literatura, The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston, Queenston e Lampeter, 2013; A Profissão de Professor de Literatura, edição ne varietur: Obras Completas de Carlos Ceia, vol. 13, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, ISBN-13: 978-1981300648; ISBN-10: 1981300643,|
|Carmen Muñoz, Luísa Araújo e Carlos Ceia, Aprender uma Segunda Língua, Fundação Francisco Manuel dos Santos, Porto Editora, Porto, 2011.|
|Ana Gonçalves Matos: Literary Texts and Intercultural Learning – Exploring New Directions, Series: Intercultural Studies and Foreign Language Learning – Volume 9, Peter Lang: Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Wien, 2012. ISBN 978-3-0343-0720-8 pb.ISBN 978-3-0353-0249-3 (eBook)|
|Carlos Ceia: O Professor na Caverna de Platão: As Recentes Políticas para a Formação de Professores em Portugal e o Futuro da Profissão, Caleidoscópio, Casal de Cambra, 2010; edição ne varietur: Obras Completas de Carlos Ceia, vol. 12, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, ISBN-13: 978-1981616596; ISBN-10: 1981616594, 2017.|
|The Internet (Resource Books for Teachers), by Scott Windeatt , David Hardisty, David Eastment, Oxford University Press (ebook) 2014|
TEFL – 7th International Conference on Teaching English as a Foreign Language (FCSH, Lisbon, 2018)
“Intercultural language education for increased European identity and cohesion ”
TEFL – 6th International Conference on Teaching English as a Foreign Language (FCSH, Lisbon, 2016)
“Communication, culture and creativity in the ELT classroom”, 18-19 November 2016
Primary English Education in Portugal (PEEP) is an inter-institutional network which has been set up to promote the engagement in and dissemination of investigation in the field of primary English education in Portugal
Initiated by Sandie Mourão (CETAPS), this involves representatives from all Higher Education Institutions in Portugal where master degrees in Teaching English in Primary Education are taught.
Assessment in primary English education in Portugal: Attitudes, approaches and constraints
(October 2017 – June 2019)
An inter-institutional research project, coordinated by Sandie Mourão (CETAPS) with Carolyn Leslie (CETAPS), Maria Alfredo Moreira (CIEd) and Estela Monterio (CIEd).
TEYL in the practicum: mapping supervisory and teaching approaches (MAp)
January 2018 – December 2020
An inter-institutional research project coordinated by Flávia Vieira (CIEd) and Sandie Mourão (CETAPS) together with researchers from all Higher Education Institutions in Portugal.
CETAPS/FCSH is now an Associate Partner of ITELab (Initial Teacher Education Lab), co-ordinated by European Schoolnet, a Knowledge Alliance project between higher education institutions and industry to foster innovation and knowledge exchange in ITE. It is co-funded under the Erasmus+ Programme till 2019. Knowledge and best practices will be exchanged and participation in the trials of the ITELab modules and student teacher MOOC will take place in 2018 and 2019.
In 2018, the beta test of the student teacher MOOC is open to student teachers of the associate partner universities.
Self-Evaluation / Quality Assurance Tool Kit is a project to start in 2018 by the recently created ALL=IN Network (connected with NECE: Networking European Citizenship Education). It aims at developing online self-evaluation resources to guide citizenship educators through a supportive, step-by-step process to evaluate their own programmes. It will be structured to help practitioners reflect on complex issues relating to migration, identity politics, discrimination, inequality, diversity and cohesion. Content and web-based architecture will need to be developed in parallel and a period of piloting and ‘beta-testing’.