Training on the train: 3 useful tools for professional development

Professional development  for teachers should be an ongoing continuous activity and many teachers take a proactive approach, however there are some teachers who think of […]

Showcase: IELTS Bootcamp with Fatime Losonci

Here’s showcase post number four on ELTPlanning, and it’s from Fatime Losonci. Writer of useful IELTS resources, IELTS Bootcamp trainer, helpful and supportive across social/business […]

Planning an EAL INSET

Last term, I was asked to plan some in-service training for teachers on strategies to support our Secondary EAL learners. This was highlighted as an […]

Showcase: Video Creation for Educators – Jo Gakonga

It’s Jo Gakonga everybody! *crowd go wild* An ELT ‘legend’ – CELTA Trainer, video creator, someone whose tips and advice I found super helpful early […]

The changing face of CPD and what it (should) mean for schools and providers

Thankfully, the face of CPD in education (that’s Continuing Professional Development, with the emphasis on the Continuing element) has been changing in recent years. I’ve […]

Generative learning, retrieval practice, #edtech and the importance of #sequencing

In a recently made available study on sequencing, Roelle, Froese, Krebs, Obergassel and Waldeyer shared some interesting highlights in their paper “Sequence matters! Retrieval practice […]

Free webinar series and resources designed to help schools with #edtech

My work with schools most commonly focuses on a number of key areas. Primarily it is based on teaching and learning with technology, purposeful and […]

Evidence-informed strategies with #edtech that work

Anyone who knows my work in education and technology will know that it always starts with either the pedagogy or how it can improve systems […]

Materials writing news and views, January 2022

Not much to report at the start of the year, but a few bits and bobs. New releases I haven’t really been on the lookout […]

A connected curriculum?

One benefit of being an EAL teacher is that we’re not in a ‘subject bubble’. We support our learners in various subjects, meaning we get […]

Introducing, The Edtech Show!

It’s fair to say that over the last eighteen months we’ve all been involved in a number of online events! Whether it’s been the lessons […]

Book Review: My Secret #Edtech Diary

As educators and leaders in education, we have many moral imperatives regarding the young people and communities we serve. As someone who literally is the […]

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