“Do you really need an Interactive whiteboard when teaching EAP?” I was asked this question recently by a colleague whilst teaching on a pre-sessional course at a UK university. It started me thinking about how I use technology and how it benefits my students. For the rest of this article, Using Technology in EAP, … Continue reading Modern English Teacher January 2016
The digital age is upon us and there’s no going back! To quote Jeremy Day, one of the authors of this module, ‘These are great times to be an ELT writer … if you can get your head round the challenges of writing for digital.’ This module is designed to help you make the transition … Continue reading New eBook launch! How to write for Digital Media
I'm over the moon at how these new Reading worksheets have turned out. Wow. What a difference a great designer can make to the writer-editor mix. They'll be out next week - more info to follow!
I am in the middle of writing some training materials on using digital resources in language teaching and came across this mind map on using mind maps. I have to admit that I am not somebody who uses mind maps a great deal, but they are a tool I find useful in certain situations. This … Continue reading Mind maps
Just back from the joys of IATEFL. The conference itself will have been tweeted, blogged and Facebooked to death by now, so I won’t mention it again, except to say (a) thanks to Jo, Kerry, Lucy and everyone else at Macmillan for a stonking party on Weds (so glad no one fell into the Clyde...as … Continue reading New ELT Author Agency Launches