Selected presentations

Baumgart, J. ‘Using classroom data as a tool for professional development in an ELT environment’, IVACS Annual Symposium, University of Edinburgh, 22 January 2009.

Mishan, F. and Baumgart, J. ‘Work in progress: ‘Withstanding washback: thinking outside the box in materials development’, CALS Research Day, University of Limerick, 04 June 2009.

Baumgart, J. ‘Linguistic Accommodation of English as an Additional Language (EAL) Learners in the Mainstream – Considerations form the Irish Secondary Level Context’, ‘New challenges for multilingualism in Europe’ (LINEE); Dubrovnik, 11-15 April 2010.

Baumgart, J. ‘Multilingual encounters – English as an Additional Language pupils in Irish secondary education’, Sociolinguistic Symposium 18; University of Southampton, 01-04 September 2010.

Baumgart, J. ‘The discourse of multiculturalism in teacher education – a snapshot from the Irish context’, ‘The Social Sciences in the Age of Uncertainty: Knowledge, Innovation, Society and Space’ Irish Social Science Platform (ISSP) Annual Conference, University of Limerick, 2-3 December 2010.

Baumgart, J. and Farr, J. ‘Teacher talk in multicultural classrooms’ workshop at “Supporting you-Supporting your ESL students” Event, University of Limerick,  11 March 2011.

Murray, L. and Baumgart, J. ‘Integrating blended learning’, Conversations in the Consortium Series, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Limerick, 01 February 2012.



Baumgart, J. ‘Angels and Demons’ teaching materials in  Mishan, F. (2010) ‘Withstanding washback: Thinking outside the box in materials development’ in B. Tomlinson and H. Masuhara (eds) Research for Materials Development in Language Learning, Continuum, pp353-368).

Baumgart, J. and Farr, F. (2011) ‘Polish teenagers’ integration into Irish secondary schools: language, culture and support systems’ in “Polish-Irish Encounters in the Old and New Europe”, Basel – Peter Lang Publishing.

Baumgart, J. (2013) ‘Looking at the multicultural classrooms in Ireland – teacher educators’ perspective’ (Peter Lang).

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