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Episode 77: SEN, Regional English, and Thomas M. Paikeday


Welcome to The TEFLology Podcast – a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters.

In this episode, Matthew talks about the Oxford English Dictionary’s attempts to incorporate more regional varieties in their dictionaries, Matt leads a discussion on SEN (Special Educational Needs) in ELT, and Rob talks about the contribution that Thomas M. 116 more words


How would we treat Jesus?

The theme of the 2018 Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Assembly, which I attended last week in Dallas, was “celebrating the Church locally and globally.” We heard a number of testimonies from leaders in churches tell of how God is at work in the Church locally and how through partnerships with others, ministering globally. 496 more words

Tim Kelley

UXLibsIV... in 50 photos

It’s taken me longer than usual to grab a minute to reflect upon this year’s UXLibs. I moved house just before the conference, relocating from Cambridge to North Lincolnshire, and I’m very busy freelancing these days, so just reaching the start of the conference alive and well felt like a considerable achievement. 1,626 more words


When We're Inclusive, We're a Community

Central Washington University can be described in many ways. When I look back at my two years at CWU, one word comes to mind: inclusive. Not only was CWU named “Top Washington University for Diversity” this year, and has a much smaller disparity between the numbers of male and female students relative to the national average; but CWU also offers accessibility to students, staff, and visitors. 333 more words


The Bread of Love

Bread and jam or daily bread? 
Bread winner or maker? 
Bread of life or of love? 
Bread with raise or 
that which draws gaze? 
Bread of diversity:  325 more words


One has died for all

2 Corinthians 5.6-17; Mark 4.26-34

The love of Christ urges us on, because we are convinced that one has died for all. (St Paul –  2 Corinthians 5.14) 1,451 more words


Finding Pearls

The pursuit of truth, I have come to learn, is not an easy path. It is very tempting – as so many are content to do – to find a comfortable, sheltered place along the road and settle there. 2,288 more words