In 2016, CUE SIG (JALT’s College and University Educators Special Interest Group) began publishing CUE Circular - a new quarterly newsletter/magazine-style electronic publication.
In addition to news, updates, and information for members, CUE Circular aims to publish concise, well-written articles of practical and professional interest to English language teachers in Japan’s tertiary sector.
CUE SIG is a collection of teachers with common concerns, motivations, and challenges. In the spirit of Reflective Practice, CUE Circular will be a forum for discussing what really matters to us in a practical sense. We’re more concerned with publishing short, accessible, interesting articles concerned with the day-to-day realities of teaching and learning in our sector, than with the kind of rigorous, formal, investigative research that might be more at home in a scholarly peer-reviewed journal.
Share your success stories (and failures!), teaching ideas, opinions, reflections, responses, and reports of less-formal action research projects either completed or in progress.
Submit short articles of no more than 1000 words to: firstname.lastname@example.org Submissions should be .doc , .docx , or .pages files, with as little formatting as possible.
References, if any are included, should follow APA formatting guidelines.
Articles by Sara Hendricks, Glen Hill, Sylvain Bergeron & Richard Sampson, Keiichiro Kobayashi, and Michael Parrish and Richard Miller.