This issue features five papers, representing various topics of interest to the entire NCOLCTL community and various languages in the field. In this volume, Developing Teacher Cognition on Culture and Teaching Culture in a Chinese Class surveys the ways in which Chinese language teachers improve their understanding and knowledge of teaching culture in a foreign language class. The second paper, titled A Review of Japanese CALL for Kanji, Vocabulary, and Reading: Findings, Best Practices and Future Directions provides an overview on Japanese computer-assisted language learning research for teaching and learning kanji, vocabulary, and reading. The paper titled The Invisible Classroom: An Empirical Study in a Pashto Classroom explores how personality types and classroom dynamic influence learning outcomes in Pashto. The next paper titled Analysis of Grammatical and Lexical Errors in Writing Made by English-Speaking Learners of FL Swahili presents an error analysis study on second language learners of Swahili. Vocabulary teaching strategies are discussed in the final paper, titled Effective
Vocabulary Strategies for Teaching Greek as a Foreign Language: An Initial Reconnaissance.