Publications

The following is a selection of published work in the area on Cooperative Development to date:

Barfield, A. (2002): Refreshing the hearts that other approaches don’t reach. In Edge, J., editor, Continuing cooperative development: A discourse framework for individuals as colleagues. University of Michigan Press, 237–243.

Bartrick, J. (2002). CD by cassette. In Edge, J., editor, Continuing cooperative development: A discourse framework for individuals as colleagues. University of Michigan Press, 230–236.

Bibila, S. (2011). Professional Development in the era of Hermes. TESOL Journal, 2(1), 91-102.

Boon, A. (2003). On the road to teacher development: awareness, discovery and action. The Language Teacher, 27(12), 3–7.

Boon, A. (2005). Is there anybody out there? Essential Teacher, 2(2): 38-41.

Boon, A. (2007). Building Bridges: Instant messenger cooperative development. The Language Teacher, 31(12), 9-13.

Boon, A. (2009). I can see clearly now. Modern English Teacher, 18(1), 56-64.

Boon, A. (2011). Developing Instant Messenger Cooperative Development. Bulletin of Toyo Gakuen University, 19, 109-120. http://ci.nii.ac.jp/els/110008455744.pdf?id=ART0009693195&type=pdf&lang=en&host=cinii&order_no=&ppv_type=0&lang_sw=&no=1425507951&cp=

Boon, A. (2013). Bringing a Genre into Being: Instant Messenger Cooperative Development. In SAGE Research Methods Cases. London: SAGE Publications, Ltd. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/978144627305014528621

Boon, A. (2013). Identifying moves in an IMCD session.

Boshell, M. (2002). What I learnt from giving quiet children space. In K. E. Johnson & P. R. Golombek (Eds.), Teachers narrative inquiry as professional development (pp. 180- 194). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Cowie, N. (2002). CD by email. In Edge, J., editor, Continuing cooperative development: a discourse framework for individuals as colleagues. University of Michigan Press, 225–229.

Edge, J. (1992). Cooperative development. Longman.

Edge, J. (2003). Collegial self-development. ENGLISH TEACHING Professional, 27: 58-60.

Edge, J. (2002). Continuing cooperative development: a discourse framework for individuals as colleagues. University of Michigan Press. Chapter 9 and Chapter 10 are available for download.

Edge, J. (2006). Computer-mediated cooperative development: non-judgemental discourse in online environments. Language Teaching Research. 1(2): 205–227.

Edge, J. (2009). Non-judgmental Steps on a Road to Understanding. In Wong, M. S., & Canagarajah, S. Christian and Critical English Language Educators in Dialogue: Pedagogical and ethical dilemmas. Routledge, 21-34.

Edge, J. & Attia, M. (2014) Cooperative development: a non-judgmental approach to individual development and increased collegiality. In Actas de las VI y VII Jornadas Didácticas del Instituto Cervantes de Mánchester. Instituto Cervantes, pp. 65-73.

Edge, J. & Attia, M. (2016) Communication, technology and collaboration for innovation. In A. Tajino, T. Stewart, and D. Dalsky, (eds.) Team teaching and team learning in the language classroom collaboration for innovation in ELT. Routledge research in language education . Routledge, London and New York, pp. 115-126.

Mann, S. (2002) CD: cooperative development or continuing difficulties. In Edge J. Continuing cooperative development: a discourse framework for individuals as colleagues. Michigan: Michigan University Press, 218-255.

Mann, S. (2002). Talking ourselves into understanding. In Johnson, K. & Golombek, P. (Ed.) Teachers’ Ways of Knowing. Cambridge: CUP, 195-208.

Mann, S. (2008). Metaphors keep cropping up; features of exploratory talk. In Garton, S. & Richards, K. Professional Encounters. London: Palgrave, 151-172. ​

McCabe, A. (2002). Interchange. In Edge, J., editor, Continuing cooperative development: a discourse framework for individuals as colleagues. University of Michigan Press, 244–251.

Oprandy, R. (2002). A counseling-learning perspective. In Edge, J., editor, Continuing
cooperative development: a discourse framework for individuals as colleagues. University of Michigan Press, 252–261.

Stewart, T. (November 2003). Insights into the interplay of learner autonomy and teacher development. In A. Barfield & M. Nix (Eds.), Autonomy you ask. Tokyo: Learner Development Special Interest Group of the Japan Association for Language Teaching, 41-52 [Selected as the best chapter of this volume and reprinted in revised version in the November 2004 issue of The Language Teacher, 28(11).]

Stewart, T. (Spring 2003). Review of Julian Edge, “Continuing Cooperative Development,” TESOL Quarterly, 37(1), 182-184.