Category Archives: Teaching

Why your next professional journey should be an action research project?

Padmini Bhuyan Boruah Over the years, I have stumbled upon a professional practice that is like an irresistible pack of chocolates. When you unwrap it, you find yourself with a range of delectable fare, each item more fulfilling than the … Continue reading

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Every student is different! Every day is different! That is what makes it fantastic…

Featured member interview with Emma Sarah Muse Where do you currently work and what is your job role?I currently work for Centro Servizi Interculturali, a private language school in Italy. I am a young, resourceful and energetic English teacher. What … Continue reading

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Group Cohesiveness and Engagement in Mobile Learning Environments

Raquel Ribeiro dos Santos                     A Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) is a system for delivering learning materials to students via the web or apps. My main focus here includes student collaboration … Continue reading

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Creating an effective worksheet: the 2 golden rules of reflection

Adam John Simpson There are so many things to consider when making our own materials for our classes. The physical appearance of our material is important, as are our instructions. What’s more, we should also think about the importance of … Continue reading

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Copyright and Copywrong (Katherine Bilsborough)

Don’t make the mistake of thinking that copyright has got nothing to do with you. It has! Whether you’re a teacher, a Director of Studies, a language school owner, a teacher trainer, a materials writer or an author, copyright is … Continue reading

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