The first time we have recorded face-to-face, unfortunately without Laura, who couldn’t make it to Belfast. We discussed many themes from the conference.
We look to the future and talk about how the expanded exposure to doing things online could lead to positive change in both teaching and conferences?
After a bit of a break over the summer (and autumn!), the promised follow-up to our panel discussion on professional development at the IATEFL 2021 conference.
After our series of episodes on language assessment, we have returned to a teaching subject., the often neglected topic of pronunciation
In the latest episode of the professional development podcast for language professionals, Neil and I looked at some of the things you need to think about after you have written your test items.
Moving online – a whole range of experiences.
In episode 8, Pete and Laura have been involved in activities moving learning online as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and they shared some of their experiences with us.
If you want to develop your knowledge in this area, the British Council is running a MOOC on this subject starting soon.
I would like to pass on this request from a PhD student I know who needs some help finding teachers to take part in his research.
Delighted that Digital Innovations and Research in Language Learning (IATEFL / LT SIG) is imminent. Within its hallowed pages nestles my contribution – the chapter entitled: Virtual Reality in English Language Teaching. The chapter explores the potential uses of Virtual