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4 Ways DELTA Module 2 Made me a Better Academic Manager

by Geoffrey Adamson Words like ‘management’ and ‘human resources’ do not come up often in conversations in or about DELTA Module 2. Terms like these, […]

The elusive present perfect continuous in the passive

In all my years as a teacher, I have been reading about the elusive present perfect continuous in the passive which is formally possible, the […]

December 2018 Newsletter – Seasonal Wishes and Gifts!

Gifts for the Festive Season & New Year Welcome to our Seasonal Newsletter issue. The CELT Athens team send you our very best wishes for […]

Student Made Games

Market produced and teacher-prepared games have an important role to plan in the language classroom. Enjoyable and engaging, they draw attention away from too much […]

Visualising Process Writing

Reposted from my CELT Athens blog  My new infographic Some time ago, I started trying to learn to make infographics and had an idea for […]

Life as it used to BI

BI=Before Internet   Our collective memories get so easily altered with the advent and use of new technologies. It’s so common amongst people to resist […]

What kind of School are you working for? (A Questionnaire on the ‘micro-climate’ of an institution)

This is a response to many  readers and trainees who talk about the frequent frustration befalling newly (or not so “newly”…) trained teachers finding themselves […]

Seven Questions for Alan Maley

 “Life would be dull without creativity”, and “Creativity encourages risk taking”, Mr. Maley said in his talk at the launch of the most recent volume on […]

Xtranormal has become Nawmal

Bringing the glad tidings that my favourite animation tool seems to be coming back! Xtranormal was a hugely popular video making tool with hundreds of […]

Is it Free?

I very often talk to teachers about online apps and great new tools and the standard question always is: “Is it free?'” And of course […]

CELTA and Technology – With or Without it?

Giulia Forsythe via Compfight In a recent end-of-course evaluation report,  one of our CELTA candidates suggested (complained is perhaps a better word) that her expectations of […]

IATEFL Manchester 2015 – five years on

Pre-Conference Events with the Special Interest Groups For me, the high point of the conference is always the Pre-Conference Day with my chosen Special Interest […]

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