We suggest the following professional journals if you are interested in learning more about the latest ideas about instruction for language learners.
Ideas for Teaching:
This journal provides useful ideas for classroom teachers in middle and high school classrooms. It is published by the International Reading Association, one of the flagship literacy organizations.
This journal focuses on teaching young learners up to 12 years old. It has practical ideas based on research and theory. It is also published by the International Reading Association.
The National Council for Teachers of English (NCTE) publishes this journal with a focus on teaching ideas for elementary and middle school learners. Each issue focuses on a special themed topic.
This flagship research journal of the TESOL International Association (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) has been showcasing the most recent research on teaching English language learners since 1967. The journal includes special features on teaching and research.
This journal focuses on the linguistic aspects of language learning in general. It examines how languages work across multiple contexts, including but not limited to classroom teaching and learning.
The MLJ focuses on the teaching, learning, and use of foreign languages in a variety of national and international contexts.
Ideas for Integrating Technology into Language Instruction:
LL&T provides the latest research on the integration of technology into language learning and teaching. Each issue includes research articles, action research contributions, and reviews.
CALL is an international journal that focuses on a wide range of topics related to the use of computers and other technologies in the teaching, learning, and use of first and second language.
CALICO (The Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium) publishes articles on research and practice related to language learning and teaching with technology.