Christine Savvidou

University of Nicosia

Christine Savvidou is an assistant professor at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus, and has a doctorate in Teacher Education from the University of Nottingham, UK. Her research focuses on teacher education, professional development, and professional knowledge and identity in second language teaching. A member of several professional associations, she is an active researcher and has published her work in several international refereed journals (Intercultural Education, Technology, Pedagogy and Education, Journal of Teacher Development, Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice). She is also a regular reviewer for several international journals.

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This volume presents a collection of current research on pedagogies, practices and perspectives in the field of second language acquisition. It brings together different aspects of learning, teaching and researching a second language with chapters covering a range of topics from emotional communication, pragmatic competence, transformative pedagogy, inclusion, reflective teaching and innovative research methodologies. The authors address a global audience to offer insights into contemporary theories, research, policies and practices in second language acquisition. This collection of work is aimed at students, teachers and researchers wishing to reflect on current developments and identify potential research directions.

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