Chapter 1. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching: The Case of the MENA; Christine Coombe, Hayo Reinders, Andrew Littlejohn & Dara Tafazoli.- Chapter 2. Refugees from MENA learning languages: Progress, Principles and Proposals; John Traxler, Elena Barcena & Timothy Read.- Chapter 3. Plugging the gap: Supporting primary school teachers to create culturally appropriate ELT materials; Sarah Rich, Sam Weekes, Maryam al Jardani & Salima al Sinani.- Chapter 4. Task-based learning and teaching: The case in Egypt; Deena Boraie, Ebtihal El Badry & Maged Habashy.- Chapter 5. Innovation in writing instruction: Towards nurturing confident, motivated, and academically honest L2 writers; Fatima Esseili.- Chapter 6. Innovation in reading in the United Arab Emirates; Melanie Gobert & Helene Demirci.- Chapter 7. Reading for science: Anatomy as a metaphor for a holistic college-wide innovation; Roger Nunn, Caroline Brandt, Asli Hassan & Curtis Bradley.- Chapter 8. Towards English for Academic Purposes curriculum reform: Linguistic, educational or political considerations?; Elana Spector-Cohen, Lisa Amdur, Ingrid Barth, Rosalie Sitman & Linda Weinberg.- Chapter 9. The evolution of research paper course; Andrew Littlejohn & Sandhya R. Mehta; Chapter 10. Developing communication skills through participation in course-based undergraduate research experiences; Robert Craig & Brian Bielenberg.- Chapter 11. Preparing for a digital future: CALL teacher education in Iran; S. Susan Marandi.- Chapter 12. Online language teacher education for a challenging innovation: Towards critical language pedagogy for Iran; Arman Abednia & Graham Crookes.- Chapter 13. Telecollaboration among Qatari and U.S. undergraduates in a multicultural course: Opportunities and obstacles; Zohreh R. Eslami, Valerie Hill-Jackson, Svetlana Kortes & Lobat Asadi.