How to reboot your CPD

I’ve just watched a recording of Fiona Dunlop‘s webinar for IATEFL, entitled “How to access your CPD“.

This, for me illustrates the availability of CPD today compared to when I started teaching, can you imagine it?- no internet, no blogs, no twitter, no amazon (*gasp*) and I hadn’t even heard of IATEFL. 358 more words

Teaching Journal

Our IATEFL 2015 presentation: "Teaching English to Young Learners: Some International Perspectives"

I am very happy to announce that I will be chairing a panel discussion that will focus on Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL) in the upcoming… 495 more words


4, 6, 8, teaching past continuous

This was a fabulous idea mentioned by Nicky Hockly in her talk at the IATEFL LAMSIG and LonDOSA event this weekend. It’s so simple and yet I can imagine so effective–I can’t wait to use it with my students. 75 more words


An IATEFL webinar: How to access CPD

Hi everyone!

There is a webinar by IATEFL starting in 15 minutes. It’s related to CPD (Continuing Professional Development) and the speaker is Fiona Dunlop. If you are interested, please follow the link below to join. 9 more words


NATECLA London and IATEFL PronSIG event

Accentuate: bringing pronunciation to the fore

NATECLA London and IATEFL Pron SIG (the special interest group that focuses on all matters in ELT related to pronunciation) are planning… 97 more words


MaWSIG's first meetup

Last week Sophie attended MaWSIG’s (IATEFL’s Materials Writing Special Interest Group) first meet-up. And as she’s part of the organising committee we thought it would be a good chance to find out more about the event and how it went. 417 more words


Engaging YLs with content, language and learning skills

Engaging YLs with content,language and learning skills

What a fantastic session with some great teachers in Lausanne, Switzerland on Saturday 8th Nov 2014.

Here is the presentation. 165 more words