TEFL Matters

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From Images to Words

Pictures generate talk, a fact well appreciated by all teachers. This short post hopes to review some well known ideas as well as give you […]

Teaching styles and lesson outcomes

  This is the first of a series of guest blog posts from members of my online ‘family’, my PLN. I am thrilled and  honoured […]

Digital Storytelling for Younger & Older Learners

  Digital Storytelling & Young Learners    Picture this: …a teacher holding up her laptop or tablet and a circle of children listening to her […]

From Curation to Creation

EP5ZXSFC7FFB   From Curation to Creation   by Marisa Constantinides -  @Marisa_C Information overload In the last few years, and particularly through the increased use of social […]

Are you a Good Language Learner?

  In this post-method era, when so many approaches and methods to language teaching have come and gone, where reflective teachers are no longer thinking […]

Why do I blog?

I recently used the same idea which I wrote about when this blog turned one year old, but here I am reposting it, as I […]

Tagged: In response to Doug Peterson

This is a kind of a chain blog post in which one blogger tags you on their blog and challenges you to answer some questions […]

Can Teachers Do Research?

Research and what teachers have to do with it, whether they should be doing it and, if so, how, has been a topic often discussed […]

The Giant Storymaker – Ideas for a Hundred Million Stories

Storytelling is one of the most important acts of communication. Every day, in our contacts with friends, relatives, colleagues and acquaintances we share stories, anecdotes […]

Tagged Again

I was first tagged by Doug Peterson and did my first post here but then Maria Theologidou tagged me again with a fresh set of […]

Making your Coursebook Come Alive with Technology

Made with wordle.net What is the secret message in the Wordle above? Have you guessed it? If you are pretty happy following your coursebook page after […]

I blog, you blog, do your trainees blog?

This is a short post to embed my recent talk for the first Spring Blog Festival organised by Dr Nellie Deutsch, Shelly terrel and Sylvia […]

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