Digital Language Learning and Teaching: Research, Theory, and Practice

TIRF (The International Research Foundation for English Language Education) will soon be releasing another volume in a co-published series with Routledge. The book is called Digital Language Learning and Teaching: Research, Theory, and Practice and is due to be published to coincide with the TESOL Convention in Seattle in March. The volume starts off with … Continue reading Digital Language Learning and Teaching: Research, Theory, and Practice

Events 2017

Happy New Year! I've just updated the events page for 2017. http://www.psa.eu.com/events/ Looking forward to seeing friends and colleagues from around the world at workshops, conferences and training events!

Blended Learning in language teaching Newsletter

Have you subscribed to our new newsletter on Blended Learning? We are delighted to say that volume two is on its way and will be sent out at the start of June. Don't miss out on this free newsletter - subscribe now: http://www.psa.eu.com/resources/newsletter/

Blended Learning in Language Teaching Newsletter

We are launching a free, new quarterly Newsletter, dedicated specifically to exploring the concept of Blended Learning in language teaching. This is a fascinating area. The first Newsletter is due out next month. If you'd like to Subscribe, please just click here: http://www.psa.eu.com/resources/newsletter/ or click on the link on the Homepage. We hope you will … Continue reading Blended Learning in Language Teaching Newsletter

NEW Article Series from OUP – Making the most of technology in business English

NEW Article Series – Making the most of technology in business English Part one - Grammar and Vocabulary With so many digital resources at your fingertips how do you decide which ones to use? In this article series, Pete Sharma looks at ways to integrate technology into your business English classroom by sharing his favourite … Continue reading NEW Article Series from OUP – Making the most of technology in business English

One-month, online course launch: Getting Blended Learning Right

I don't remember the exact hour of the precise day of which month I got bitten by the Blended Learning bug, but it has been a long and interesting flirtation, through connotation and translation ('co-existencia'), from platform to platform, and recently to research via the flipped classroom......some of the fruits of this labour have been … Continue reading One-month, online course launch: Getting Blended Learning Right