Browsing scholarly journals can be a helpful way to find a topic. Consider browsing TESOL or Education journals.
Depending on your topic, you will want to explore different databases. Multi-disciplinary databases are a good starting place for interdisciplinary topics.
Start with subject-specific databases if your topic is associated with a discipline like theology, sociology, or education. Below are some examples. You can find more subject-specific databases on the library home page under the database tab. Select search by discipline.
Google Scholar is a great way to find scholarly articles or book citations. After searching, look for features in your results that can help you find related articles:
Linking Google Scholar to Buswell's collection can help you find your results more efficiently. The PDF below shows you how.