Article for ETP: Using LinkedIn for professional development

Here’s my recent article for English Teaching Professional, March 2019. Why is LinkedIn so good for teachers, and particularly budding materials writers? Have a read… […]

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e-learning. Social learning. Game-based learning. Mobile learning. eLearning. Experiential learning. Micro learning. Just-in-time learning. Gamified learning. Self-directed learning. elearning. The learning field loves a label. […]

TEFL Tiglets #2

Following on from my original post on TEFL Sniglets (Tiglets), here are a few more words that should be in our TEFL dictionaries but aren’t… […]

Happy New Year!

Another year begins. A fresh start. A new page. I’ve always liked this time of year because it feels like so much is possible. Looking […]

Episode 128 Trends for December 26, 2018 – January 10, 2019: 2018 Reflections & 2019 Predictions, Hardware & Software, Online Teaching & Learning, and Cybersecurity & Digital Citizenship

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that include December 26, 2018 – January 10, 2019 as we flipped resources into […]

How sanitized is your coursebook?

Tut! Coursebooks with their PARSNIP policy. You’ve literally given me nothing this term – not even a shred of controversy. First, there was that unit […]

Insight into a synthetic syllabus

Views are my own in this post. I teach from a synthetic syllabus at my school and the following attributes are true of it… it’s […]

My tree octopus fake news fail

Here’s one of my favourite things to write about – things that didn’t work! This is a request for ideas from Teacher James and others. […]

Reflections on Advising, Mentoring and Open Office Hours

Recently on FaceBook a former student, Jillian (now a high school teacher of AP Psychology) invited me to comment on Dana Dunn’s Psychology Today blog […]

#ISTE17 Reflections

It was amazing to experience the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference with 21,000 other participants this year in San Antonio, TX. While […]

Writing - Reflections and Narratives

unsplash-logoClem Onojeghuo Time and time again, I face learners who struggle with the challenge of writing. Often, they are writing in a second or third […]

#ObserveMe

I really like the #ObserveMe movement (see Robert Kaplinsky’s post here or the hashtag). However, I’m going to have to tweak things to make it […]

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