Training the socially-conscious educators of the future. Programs span early childhood, primary and secondary education.
Doctor of Philosophy (Education) University of South Australia
Master of Art University of Lancaster
Bachelor of Social Science University of Bristol
Diploma of Education University of Adelaide
Diploma of Secretarial Studies City of London College
Excludes commercial-in-confidence projects.
Research since 2008 is shown below.
Open access indicates that an output is open access.
Burton, J 2013, 'An informal community of language teachers writing reflectively', in CL Reichmann (ed.), DiÃ¡rios reflexivos de professores de lÃnguas: ensinar, escrever, refazer (-se) - Daily Reflective of Language Teacher: Teaching, Writing, Redo (Se), Bridges Editors Ltda, Portugal, pp. 285-300.
Burns, A & Burton, J 2008, 'Language teacher research in Australia and New Zealand', in Anne Burns & Jill Burton, Language teacher research in Australia and New Zealand, TESOL Inc, Alexandria, VA, pp. 1-8.
Supervisions from 2010 shown
|Thesis title||Student status|
|English as an international language (EIL) : relationship to English studies in the Asia-Pacific region||Completed|
|Learner autonomy among Thai university undergraduates in contexts of English as a foreign language||Completed|
|Learning a second language: a case study of a Korean ESL child in Australia||Completed|
|Learning to teach English in Philippine elementary schools: types of knowledge pre-service teachers need||Completed|
|Managing curriculum change: project-based learning with Thai undergraduate English learners||Completed|
|Needs analysis for tour operator placements: English for tourism in southern Thailand||Completed|
|Negotiating two worlds through the media: debates about deaf education and sign language from 1970 to 2000||Completed|
|Participation patterns and factors in professional development for ICT in Thai university foreign language teaching||Completed|
|Pre-service teacher education for English as an additional language in Indonesia: work integrated learning perspectives||Completed|
|Teacher as foreigner in an English as a foreign language classroom in Thailand||Completed|
|Teacher talk in college English classrooms: features, functions, and input to language learning||Completed|
|Teaching writing in a Thai university context: considerations for introducing a genre-based approach||Completed|