Archive for March 2010

Tuesday 30 March 2010

Two new titles in award-winning series

by Helen Beesley

We are pleased to announce the publication of two new titles in the double-award winning Delta Teacher Development Series; Being Creative by Chaz Pugliese and Culture in our Classrooms by Gill Johnson and Mario Rinvolucri.

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Tuesday 30 March 2010

Being Creative

by Helen Beesley

Part of the Delta Teacher Development Series. Being Creative takes you on a journey that reveals how all teachers have the potential to become creative. Whether you are experienced or new to the classroom, Being Creative allows your teaching to take flight.

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Friday 26 March 2010

Liz Walter

by Helen Beesley

I count myself very lucky to have fallen into a great job by accident.  Having graduated in German and Russian and feeling quite unsure of what to do next, I spotted a newspaper ad for compilers to work on a new range of bilingual dictionaries.  I applied, took an aptitude test, and landed my first […]

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Monday 15 March 2010

What is creativity?

by Chaz Pugliese

Hello friends. First of all, let me tell you how much I’ve been enjoying the conversations. So, thank you for making your voices heard here. I guess I should clarify at this stage, what I’m talking about when I’m talking about creativity. Leading creativity researchers like Howard Gardner distinguish between creativity and Creativity. The former […]

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Tuesday 9 March 2010

Creativity and Motivation

by Chaz Pugliese

Hello. What triggered my interest in creativity and language teaching was a study I conducted some years back. I asked some colleagues A. what motivated them to teach and B. what made them stay in this field (given the hardships). I must say I was surprised to see that for many, having a go at […]

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