- 6 de abr. de 2020
What is a Lesson Plan?
One of the main activities for teachers when they are not in the classroom is to plan lessons. But what makes lesson planning effective?...
- 23 de mar. de 2020
Our recommendations: a reading and watching list
How many times have we come across an article, a video or a webinar and thought: I’d love to watch this now, but I’ll save it for later?...
- 16 de mar. de 2020
5 Teaching Tips - Covid-19
With more and more distancing measures put in place by governments all around the world, Covid-19 is inviting us all to rethink our...
- 21 de jul. de 2019
What is Top-down and Bottom-up processing?
In this post, we’ll talk about the two processes we use to comprehend written and spoken texts: top down and bottom up. We’ll talk about...
- 14 de jun. de 2019
What is Boardwork?
Slightly overshadowed by the plethora of digital classroom tools, apps and resources, the board - black, white, green or interactive - is...
- 8 de mar. de 2019
Women support women
"Each time a woman stands up for herself, without knowing it possibly, without claiming it, she stands up for all women." - Maya Angelou...
- 26 de fev. de 2019
What is PBL?
Project-based learning (PBL) is an approach to teaching that highlights the use of problem-solving and collaboration in the design of...
- 29 de jan. de 2019
What are Patterns of Interaction?
Patterns of interaction, or interaction patterns, as the name says, are the different possibilities in which students can interact with...
- 4 de ago. de 2018
What is Word Stress?
Wondering how to teach English pronunciation more effectively? Here are definitions, examples, techniques and activity ideas for the...
- 9 de mai. de 2018
5 Trends in Teaching: Ideas for Professional Development
Thinking about how to develop professionally based on trends in ELT we've seen at the IATEFL 2018? Click on the image to check this guest...