Learning Space Upgrade and Forum improvements

Upgrade On Thursday 6th August we completed the latest Learning Space upgrade to v3.8.4 of Moodle. The new version makes some improvements to the appearance […]

MA, PGCEi or Diploma?

Question from a reader: I’m after some advice. I can’t decide which professional development course to do. I have a CELTA plus five years’ teaching […]

The Next Generation of eLearning: LMS Market Growth Is Coming

eLearning isn’t a new concept now. The word was introduced during a CBT systems seminar in 1999, followed by similar terms like “online learning.” The […]

Guest post: Student and teacher reflection journals

It’s been a while since a guest post on ELT Planning. Michael Walker is a PGCEi-qualified teacher who has spent a while teaching EAP at […]

Finding work as a writer

I haven’t shared any tips for new writers for a while, not since my post on how to find commissioning editors. So, here it goes. […]

Review: Teacher Tapp

Teacher Tapp (TT) is a survey app for teachers. Every day at 3.30pm (UK time) teachers are asked three multiple-choice questions related to their professional […]

Promoting Engagement – Questions and Answers

In this post/video we will explore how to use emojis during online digital lessons to promote engagement from the participants The post Promoting Engagement – […]

Materials writing news and views, July 2020

Last update before a nice break, woohoo! New releases Another one for Paul Ashe (with Jeremy Bowell) – Prospects. I’ve seen Paul’s name around a […]

One million visitors!

This blog is about to reach a milestone. By, I guess, Friday it will have had 1 million visitors. Thanks to my awesome PLN for […]

Review: Barry Reinvents Himself

Barry Reinvents Himself is a TEFL-lit novel by C.Cotterill (aka Twitter’s @ContinuouslyT). After being kicked out of a minor prog-metal band, Birmingham-based Barry looks to […]

Graham Dix joins LGCA as General Manager

Graham Dix joins London Governance & Compliance Academy (LGCA), a leading training provider in the UK specialising in risk, governance and compliance, as a General […]

Review: Silly Shakespeare for Students

Silly Shakespeare for Students is a new series from Alphabet Publishing. It offers simplified versions of well-known Shakespeare plays, making them accessible and fun for […]

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