Reflections on authenticity in teaching and learning
Maybe it is a bit old school but I’m not going to stop…I still carry a notebook and actually write stuff in it.
The notebooks are numerous. Some of them are half empty. Some of them are half full. Some of them are full full.
It’s time to digitise my notebook (has someone already done that ? I wonder…).
I will continue to take notes but the ones that are at the forefront of my mind will appear here.
With maybe some photos.
packing up and moving to the sticks
Blogging about what's going on in my classroom and in my head.
Polemical. Questioning, debating and exploring issues in EAP
How do revolutionary teachers teach?
Exploring approaches to teaching and learning
because if you tried to count up all the things that affected learning in a classroom, you'd need a million million fingers (and you'd still probably fall way short )
Musings of a teacher always in training
...and other things I'm not so sure about
Full of tips and ideas for creating ELT and ESOL resources
Thoughts, rants and ramblings on the teaching of English as a Foreign Language
The blog of ELT trainer and author John Hughes with content related to his publications and now experimenting with video for the flipped elteachertrainer.
Because we're all still learning... I know I am.
Dogme Action Research in Costa Rica
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