Teacher inquiry is really a much broader area than teacher “research” per se. Courses in the MAFLT cover qualitative and quantitative methods, but I prefer to talk about exploratory vs. experimental or theory-building vs. theory-testing approaches.
Interest Area Bibliographies
If you are interested in the topics that I typically teach or in the areas that my students have studied in their Experiential Modules, you may find that I have compiled a list of resources that will serve as a starting place for your own explorations.
Zotero Group: Language Teacher Research MAFLT
To see a larger collection of bibliographies on topics related to world language teaching, TESOL, and applied linguistics, you can visit these sites:
TIRF – The International Research Foundation for English Language
SLA for All: Reproducing Research in Non-Academic Samples
This presentation with my student Alona Shupe in March 2019 is an example of collaborative research with a student and also includes content on teacher cognition and research engagement.