A big thank you to everyone who wrote a post in March.
Teacher development - New teachers.
Nina MK, Ph.D.
The Latin root of the word "motivation"
As learning technologies become more and more ubiquitous in our teaching, how can we ensure that pedagogy is at the centre of what we do to increase learning?
Dear Elena, I know how worried you are this August because you are a university graduate now and in just a few days you will set off on a long journey into ELT.
I have a big problem with getting students to practise orally outside of the classroom and lesson.
As teachers we now face a time when one of the main edtech issues is to make use of the current technology owned by the students or BYOD (which stands for Bring your own device).
When bringing some new learning technologies into class, there is always a possibility - or even a danger - of using learning technologies just for the sake of using them, because we are seduced by
Conference Development, the topic I have chosen for this month for several reasons close to my heart.
Who needs to commute to a conference site when there is a computer screen, a comfy couch and an opportunity for an occasional run to the kitchen for a cup of coffee?