Over the past 12 months, the TeachingEnglish team has been reviewing the TeachingEnglish website in order to provide an improved offer for all our users.

Author: 
Paul Braddock

Your feedback has been invaluable and has helped us to make changes that we think will help you find what you need much more easily.

You can visit the new homepage by clicking this link: http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/

We sincerely hope that our new website will give you all the things you’ve come to expect from TeachingEnglish at home, in your school or on the move in a much easier and more effective way. Plan your classes, download lesson plans, read articles and publications, watch helpful teaching tips videos, browse blog posts from our team of associates and organise your professional development on our new desktop-, tablet- and mobile-friendly site.

TeachingEnglish gives you everything you have come to expect from the global home for teachers in a new, fully responsive design.

TeachingEnglish on your mobile, tablet or desktop

You can now use TeachingEnglish for all your teaching and professional development needs on your mobile, tablet or desktop. Almost all of our content is now accessible to you – wherever you are. Featuring easy navigation and resources organised by age group, it has never been easier or quicker to find what you need.

Intuitive resource facility

Our practical resources and articles are divided into three new sections: ‘Teaching kids’, ‘Teaching teens’ and ‘Teaching adults’, making it easy to find what you need for your classroom. Browse by category or level; search quickly and easily for full lesson plans or shorter activities written by our team of expert authors; find teaching tools, stories and poems, songs, UK culture and business English resources.

You can visit our new resources sections by clicking the links below:

http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/teaching-kids
http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/teaching-teens
http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/teaching-adults

Professional development

Our new Continuing Professional Development section helps you continue to grow as a teacher.

Based around our brand-new framework of 12 professional practices, you will find hundreds of high quality articles, publications, webinars and seminars to help you fine-tune your skills as a teacher. From ‘Planning lessons and courses’ to ‘Promoting 21st century skills’, our framework is the perfect tool for your professional development.

Our range of comprehensive online teacher-training courses is growing all the time and over the next 12 months we will be adding more training modules designed to complement your personal development pathways and delivered on our unique Learning Management System. You can already sign up for a variety of study options, whether you are a primary teacher, a secondary teacher, thinking about an MA in ELT or teaching learners with special educational needs.

You can visit our new teacher development section by clicking this link: http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/teacher-development

Magazine

Our excellent and ever-expanding TeachingEnglish blog is now called ‘Magazine’. This online library contains blog posts written by some great authors and there is something new every month. You can now browse the blog posts in our ten new topic sections. Ideas and suggestions for the classroom, new tech tools to bring your classes to life and help with your career development are just some of the areas covered in our brand new online magazine.

You can visit our new magazine by clicking this link: http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/magazine

Discover the new global home for teachers today

We are excited to be launching the new TeachingEnglish and we hope you like it as much as we do. Visit us now and tell us what you think in our short survey.

Click the link below to complete our short survey about the new TeachingEnglish website or leave a comment.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/new_te

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