Why Interview Skills Matter—and How Your Students Can Get Them

Year after year, the list of skills employers want from new graduates is growing. But there’s one important skill every grad has to master before […]

I’m doomed as always

Preamble Whenever I search for an option about anything, it is often the case that I will pick the most obscure or the least effective. […]

6 Benefits of Student Teaching Videos for Observation

Here’s a question: is it possible to conduct all your observations through student teaching videos? We had the chance to interview a teacher educator who’s […]

Subject knowledge, jargon, learners

This is a post aimed at candidates about to take a diploma course, but is still relevant to all. It also loosely connects to Sandy’s […]

How I plan with coursebooks

Coursebooks. Arrgh. I write and read so many rants about them. Global coursebooks are too ‘catch-all’, they’re not aligned with what we know about second […]

Reflection on CELTA and Trinity TESOL Courses

In her latest guest post, Nicky Salmon talks about the importance of reflecting on your teaching practice. A very important part of any pre- or […]

Reflections on Self-Awareness & Bias

Each day I try hard to recognize my biases, and make sure that I am not ‘oppressing’ others because of my biases. I don’t know […]

Lesson idea: multiple intelligence

The theory of multiple intelligences came up in English in Mind this week. I knew it would really interest my students, so I decided to […]

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