Items tagged: "professional development"

Monday 29 November 2010

ELT and the Crisis in Education: Digital Literacy

In my last post ( ELT and the Crisis in Education – Part 2 )I touched on the area of digital literacies and made the assertion that these are, at least in part, the responsibility of the EFL /ESL teacher. This is an issue that I believe is fundamental to changing the way EFL / […]

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Monday 25 October 2010

Teaching Online 5: Five steps to becoming a (good) online tutor

One question that I am often asked is: ´How do I become an online tutor?´ Nowadays, language teachers are increasingly expected to offer online options to their learners. Perhaps your school or institution has asked you to start teaching part of your course online. Perhaps your students themselves would like some of their classes to […]

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Wednesday 22 September 2010

Teaching Online 2: Webinar recording

Lindsay and I held our Teaching Online webinar earlier today - you will find the recording here, in case you missed it.

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Monday 13 September 2010

Teaching Online 1: Blogs and webinar

To celebrate the launch of our new book, Teaching Online, my co-author Lindsay Clandfield and I have a couple of goodies up our (virtual) sleeves. 12 online activities, online It seems to us that the best way to spread the word about Teaching Online, is, well, online. So Lindsay and I decided to write a […]

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Monday 22 February 2010

The Developing Teacher

The Developing Teacher has been awarded the 2009 Duke of Edinburgh/ESU Award for Best Entry for Teachers. The Developing Teacher suggests that teachers themselves are the most powerful agents of change and development in their own professional career.

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