Design Learning Experiences – Not Instructional Presentations

Our previous blog post looked at the importance of integrating elements of game thinking in eLearning design and how gamified learning makes workplace learning engaging […]

Farewell to a lovely person…

  I was very sorry to hear today of the death of Ingeborg Boe. She was a leading light in the field of e-learning and […]

Tech tips for new materials writers

These tips may sound simple to some, but useful to others! As a new writer I reckon you’ll have to do some of the things […]

Developing into a materials writer

Here are a few general tips for skills to develop if you’d like to write for publishers or big teaching organisations. This is not a […]

Choosing a Training Method: 3 Things to Consider

Sure, you’ve got a training need—but the format? When you’re faced with choosing a training method, here are tips on deciding direction. Picking the Right […]

Pronunciation priorities

Uh-oh! Here comes a ‘Teacher Pete thinking something through out loud’ moment. Tut. I hate these… Mark Hancock shared a good article on LinkedIn the […]

Review: ELT Lesson Observation & Feedback

Lesson observations – where to start?! Jeanette Barsdell, the author of ELT Lesson Observation and Feedback Handbook, was thrown in at the deep end and […]

3 Essential Elements for Evaluating Training Effectiveness

Is your training working? How do you know? Here’s guidance on evaluating your workplace training and ensuring training effectiveness. Evaluating Your Workplace Training How often […]

All change…

Image source I have really enjoyed doing consultancy over the past couple of years, lots of interesting and varied work with clients from Ireland to […]

Review: Great Writing (Cengage)

A couple of months ago we ran a two-week ‘Grammar and Writing’ course for teens (aged 14+). I was scheduled to teach these classes but, […]

The Nineteen Responsibilities of an Assessment Data Controller under the GDPR

Posted by John Kleeman Back in 2014,  Questionmark produced a white paper covering what at the time was a fairly specialist subject – what assessment […]

Tip: A planning matrix for research (Cohen et al, 2005)

I’ve been doing some research as part of my dissertation through NILE. I came across an awesome book by Cohen et al called ‘Research Methods […]

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