Tag: noticing

Storytelling and Young Learners: Writing and Performing Plays Together

Get Your Learners Thinking Creatively in the English Language Classroom: 5 Activities to Use in the Classroom

I’m a Task Based Learner: Reflecting on What I Learn For and How
I’m a Task Based Learner: Reflecting on What I Learn For and How

Get Your Learners Thinking Creatively in the English Language Classroom: 5 Activities to Use in the Classroom

Preparing for the CELTA with ELTCampus
CELTA Preparation: What is Learner Centredness in Teaching?

In this article, we’ll have a look at this key concept that you need to understand as part of your CELTA preparation. We’ll also have a look at and some of the difficulties in applying it in English language classroom.

are you paying attention an interview with Jeremy Harmer
An Interview with Jeremy Harmer

Popular English Language Teaching (ELT) author, practitioner and trainer, Jeremy Harmer graduated with a BA Hons in English and American Studies followed by an MA in Applied Linguistics from the University of Reading and has trained as a Teacher Trainer at International House, London.

Permaculture is all about letting things get messy and observing ELTcampus
Where the Growth is. An Interview with Jim Scrivener.

This month we talk with twice ESU Duke of Edinburgh Prize winner, Jim Scrivener. Best known for his book “Learning Teaching” (Macmillan ELT), a wide-ranging guidebook to contemporary English Language Teaching, which won the ARELS Frank Bell Prize, and featured on our reading list, Jim is a freelance writer, consultant, teacher and trainer.

The Power of Noticing
The Power of Noticing

Observation is important when thinking about learning in any context – watching how understanding, epiphanies and other learning experiences take place, where and when. Observation in itself, is part of learning.