The ESL Wiki is open to all matters relating to the teaching and learning of English as a second language.
A brief list of suggested topics for contributions might include pedagogy, language acquisition theory, corpus linguistics, grammar, phonetics, pragmatics, authentic assessment, literacy, etc.
Beyond serving as a resource of information on ESL and TESOL-related issues, the ESL Wiki also seeks to engage English Language Learners (ELLs) directly on a practical level--with such projects as eScroLLs--by exploiting the possibilities inherent in the wikia-based format. Two of hallmarks of current ESL pedagogy are a committment to student-centered learning and the use of extensive amounts of peer-work within the classroom. By allowing anyone to contribute and revise content, Wikis lend themselves to learner-iniated content and peer-collaboration across wide distances and over a broad spectrum of nationalities and cultures.