[Research Training Event Series]

The ResTes aims to provide support to the BALEAP membership in their scholarship activities. It also aims to inspire, to provide independent learning resources, and to create scholarship networks. Depending on the ResTES, this is done through a package that includes a synchronous event, which will mostly take the shape of a talk, colloquium, or workshop, and a resource pack which will be shared on this website for the membership and will include readings, a recording of the session, further resources, mentors in this area of expertise, a short discussion thread following the session. This should ensure that BALEAP members can access the useful support at point of need in their scholarship. We are building on the previous ResTes, conducted by Alex Ding and Bee Bond (University of Leeds) which covered the following areas:  Practitioner identity and routes into scholarship; The knowledge base of the EAP practitioner; Different forms of writing for publication; Different methodologies for scholarship; Making our work public by revisiting some of these themes and broadening to new areas of scholarship, following the survey of the membership in June 2021.

We will try to cater to a range of experience levels (from beginners to well published scholars), and also to engage speakers and facilitators at various stages of their scholarship development.

The programme is built on a combination of volunteers and invited speakers, with an aim to encourage collaboration across institutions and contexts. Please contact us if you would like to organise a ResTES or if you have any suggestions research@baleap.org 

Timetable for 2022-2023

March 2023 PhDs in progressSanchia Rodrigues (University of Warwick), Jo Kukuczka (University of Warwick), Niamh Mullen (University of Leeds), Jody Bradford (University of Leeds), Daniel O’Sullivan, Rob Playfair, Jennifer Sizer (University of Reading)
Late May/June 2023Research Methods: AutoethnographyJennifer Sizer (University of Reading), Clare Carr (Durham University), Clare Maxwell (University of Leeds), Ania Rolinska (Glasgow University)
November 2022Peer Reviewing in EAPBee Bond, Dr Jeni Driscoll
October 2022Engaging with scholarshipDr. Susie Cowley-Haselden and Dr Laetitia Monbec

Timetable for 2021-2022

16th November 2021
(13.00 – 15.00)
Publishing in EAPDr Michelle Evans (University of Leeds)
Dr Daron Benjamin Loo (National University of Singapore)
Dr Milada Walková (University of Leeds)
Dr Simon Webster (University of Leeds)

23rd February 2022 (12.00 – 14.00)Systemic Functional Linguistics (SFL) in ScholarshipDr Laetitia Monbec (National University of Singapore)
Dr Namala Tilakaratna (National University of Singapore)
Dr Jodie Martin (Vantage, College, University of British Columbia)
Ms Jennfier Walsh Marr (Vantage, College, University of British Columbia)
Dr Eric Cheung (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

23rd March 2022
(13.00 – 14.30)
Scholarship and EAP AssessmentBALEAP TAFSIG:
Samuel Barclay (Nottingham Trent University)
Rob Playfair (University of Liverpool)
Eddie Cowling (University of York)
Wayne Rimmer (University of Manchester)

TBC April 2022EthicsAlex Ding (University of Leeds)
Dr Michelle Evans (University of Leeds)

TBC May 2022LCT in EAPSteve Kirk (Durham University)

*all times UK time BST