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Posts by Oxford University Press ELT blog

Using smart devices in class – challenge or opportunity?

Thomas Healy is one of the authors of Smart Choice as well as an Assistant Professor in the Intensive English Program at the Pratt Institute, New York […]

The potential of smart devices in the EFL classroom

Thomas Healy is one of the authors of Smart Choice as well as an Assistant Professor in the Intensive English Program at the Pratt Institute, […]

Flipping and Creating Video Presentations

What is lesson flipping? Is it an effective technique for language learning? Thomas Healy, co-author of Smart Choice Second Edition, explains how he has used […]

Teaching English with e-books from Oxford Learner’s Bookshelf (Part 2)

Shaun Wilden, a freelance teacher trainer and expert in teaching with tablets, shares his advice for teachers on making the most of the interactivity of digital […]

Teaching English with e-books from Oxford Learner’s Bookshelf

Shaun Wilden, a freelance teacher trainer and expert in online tutoring, shares his advice for teachers new to using digital coursebooks in the classroom and […]

Using a social media project as a tool for motivating young adults learning English

Image courtesy of pixabay. Stacey Hughes, former EFL teacher, is a teacher trainer in our Professional Development team. Here she uses course material from Network […]

Using Social Media and Smart Devices Effectively in the Classroom

Image courtesy of Jason Howie How can you use digital technology to bring course material to life in the classroom? Thomas Healy, co-author of Smart […]

How to bluff your way through the changes affecting English language teaching!

Andrew Dilger and Sophie Rogers, former English language teachers, are part of the Professional Development team at Oxford University Press. In this tongue-in-cheek post, they […]

Blended and cooperative learning in EAP

Stacey Hughes, a teacher trainer in the Professional Development team at Oxford University Press, offers some practical ideas for blended learning in EAP. Although the […]

Webinar: Making the most of the Business Result Online Interactive Workbook

Keith Layfield, lead editor on the Business Result series, introduces his upcoming webinar on 17th April entitled “Making the most of the Business Result Online […]

eFeedback: ICT tools I use to give my students high-quality feedback

Image courtesy of Heisenberg Media via Flickr Mohamed El-Ashiry takes a look at four online tools that have helped him deliver high-quality feedback to his […]

The value of Virtual Learning Environments for Business English

Pete Sharma explores some of the different Virtual Learning Environments suitable for Business English teachers. A colleague recently asked me: “Which VLE should I use […]

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