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Aside from 200+ posts on this site (see Archive in menu), here’s a bibliography of other publications.

Saumell, V. and Seburn, T. (2018). Teaching presence in Edmodo and Facebook Groups in Argentinian and Canadian blended language learning contexts. In A. Palalas (Ed.), Blended language learning: International perspectives on innovative practices (pp. 329-358). China Central Radio 7 TV University Press Co., Ltd.

Seburn, T. (2023). International perspectives on taboos in foreign language education. In C. Ludwig and T. Summers (Eds.), Taboos and Controversial Issues in Foreign Language Education: Critical Language Pedagogy in Theory, Research and Practice. Routledge.

Seburn, T. (2021, August). Queering our ELT materials and practices so everyone belongs. Connections: English Language Teachers’ Association Berlin-Brandenburg Journal.

Seburn, T. (2021). How to Write Inclusive Materials. ELT Teacher 2 Writer.

Seburn, T. (2019, September). Podcasts: a multiskill tool. Oxford TEFL [blog]

Seburn, T. (2018, April). Fake news, questioning, and happiness proteins. Garnet Education [blog].

Seburn, T. (2018, Spring). LGBTQ+ inclusivity in the language classroom: attitudes and considerations. TESL Ontario Contact (pp. 18-24).

Seburn, T. (2018, April). Up for debate. EL Gazette.

Seburn, T. (2017, September 17). ARC: Engaging learners with texts by digging deeply into the meaning. American TESOL Institute.

Seburn, T. (2017). Learner-sourced visuals for deeper text engagement and conceptual comprehension. In K. Donaghy and D. Xerri. (Ed.), The Image in English Language Teaching (pp. 79-88)Malta: ELT Council.

Seburn, T. (2017, July). Critical readers in the misinformation age. EFL Magazine

Seburn, T. (2016, December 6). The age-old age debate: is technology a turn-off for older teachers? Pearson English.

Seburn, T. (2016, January). Beyond the comprehension question: perspectives on using Academic Reading Circles for deep reading. ELTAS Newsletter.

Seburn, T. (2016, January). Unconventional: publishing with the round. EFL Magazine

Seburn, T. (2016). Academic Reading Circles (Print Ed). CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Seburn, T. (2015, August). Because grammar (and cats). TESL Ontario Contact

Seburn, T. (2015). R is for Race. In PARSNIPS in ELT: Stepping out of the comfort zone (Vol. 3). Digital Platform: Smashwords.

Seburn, T. (2014, January 9). Give credit where credit is due? Garnet Education blog.