A lot is going on right now around the edges of our predominantly online teaching – we all know it! In the middle of giving… Read More »Online Teaching: Making Space for Social Connection
Task-based learning: ways to create engaged online face-to-face learning How can we keep our fatigued online learners engaged in our lessons? How can we create… Read More »Task-Based Learning: An Introduction to Drawing as a Tool for the Online Language Classroom
Teaching English to Adolescents: An alternative platform if you are having trouble with youtube: Teaching teens: the teenage brain The teenage brain: why it’s important… Read More »The teenage brain: what we as teachers need to know.
Teaching English to Adolescents: An alternative platform if you are having trouble with youtube: https://vimeo.com/427723364 Online Course Teaching English to Teens and Pre-Teens When we’re… Read More »Teaching English to Adolescents Online Teacher Training Course
Teaching Online: Giving instructions in an online classroom Poor instructions ruin a lesson. That simple. When you haven’t planned what you want to say regarding… Read More »Tips for Giving Instructions When Teaching English Online
In the previous video (transcript below), I introduced some ideas about the roles of a carer (teachers, elders, parents etc.) in the lives of… Read More »Teaching English to Young Learners: Mental State Language
What can we learn from neuroscience and learning to apply to English language teaching?I spoke with well-known Business English language and communications specialist Rob Howard… Read More »Rob Howard, Neurolanguage Learning and Coaching
Reflecting on Anger and Classroom Management when teaching English to Young Learners At my age, a lot of memories of being seven-and-a-half have been pruned… Read More »Teaching English to Young Learners: Anger in our Classrooms