Let's keep on learning and being in touch with new ideas: read these journals for teachers and teacher trainers. Some are easily downloadable for free online and others can be found in our University libraries (Udine in Via Petracco and in via Margreth).
A Journal of International Children's Literature
It is a refereed journal published quarterly by IBBY. Bookbird aims to communicate new ideas to the community of readers interested in children's books and is open to any topic in the field of international children's literature. Bookbird also includes themed issues for which the editor will post calls for manuscripts on the IBBY website. Bookbird also includes news of IBBY projects and events which are highlighted in the Focus IBBY column. Other regular features include coverage of children's literature studies and children's literature awards around the world as well as reading promotion projects worldwide.
Children’s Literature in English Language Education
CLELE journal is a bi-annual, comprehensive, peer-reviewed online journal for scholars, teacher educators and practitioners involved in using and researching children’s literature in the field of English learning as a second, additional or foreign language. The journal investigates children’s literature as an art form, and as a framework with which to connect L2 literature teaching across the school years. The scope covers the affordances of children’s literature for L2 acquisition with pre-school infants through to young adults.
English Teaching Professional Magazine
It is a magazine rich of ideas, resources and useful information for teachers.
Humanising Language Teaching
It is a free online journal for teachers and trainers. You can subscribe for free and get the alert when the new issue comes out. There is always a section for teachers of young learners. The editors are the famous teacher-training group Pilgrims. Our teacher and trainer Stefania Ballotto is part of the Pilgrims team who train teachers around the world!
It is an online academic journal in modern languages and literatures. You can explore and download it for free.
It is an online news magazine.
In Edutopia and MindShift, teachers can find resources to implement project-based learning, social and emotional learning, comprehensive assessment, integrated studies, and teaching and learning using technology.
Climate Literacy in Education publishes practical, teacher-oriented content on all aspects of climate literacy education at all grade levels and across all subject areas (primarily K-16, but including teacher education and professional development).