Is procrastination all that bad? In praise of lazy days at work

We seem to live (and I cannot stress enough the word “seem”) in the Golden Age of productivity, both in our personal and professional lives. […]

How To Motivate Your Online Learners

How To Motivate Your Online Learners Today it’s okay when students go online to learn. Now it seems perfectly normal when they use Internet resources […]

Classroom-Tested Ways To Build Community For Online Learners

Classroom-Tested Ways To Build Community For Online Learners If your goal is to create a community for online learners, then look at this project in […]

4 Tips for effective listening during online professional events

One of the abilities that people seek to improve nowadays (and they are right in doing so) is public speaking. In the age of communication, […]

Reflection: Steps towards materials-light teaching

Me, Matt and Tiago chatted about lots of topics at the first Bangkok ELT Books n’ Beer session last night. Great fun! The topic of […]

How to avoid work from home burnout: A room of one’s own

Due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic, businesses across the globe have been forced to adapt quickly to the new reality or to accept irreparable losses […]

Learning the hard way: How leaving one’s comfort zone is essential to learning

Think about it. When was the last time you really felt excited? Truly engaged? Really proud of yourself? Chances are, it was when you finally […]

The shift to learner-centered training

For a long time, higher education was more or less confined to learners in their early twenties. Children learned from very young ages that almost […]

Do Learners REALLY Know What They Want?

Instructional design can be a controversial field. There are so many learning methods and theories out there. Education overall is constantly influenced by new technological […]

Agility – the superpower of the modern employee

Superheroes have seen a rather big rise in popularity – whether they are from the DC or Marvel universes, their stories fill cinema seats and […]

Cathedral Thinking - Designing for the Next Century

“Though there are many instances to which Cathedral Thinking can be applied, they all require the same foundation: a far-reaching vision, a well thought-out blueprint, […]

Creating a Choice Board for Your Classroom

So you want to create a choice board for your students to learn a concept. In this blog, we will tackle the BIG question, how […]

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