One of the most recent topics in ELT is the challanges of the new times, describing 21st century teaching.
We know that the 21st century learner is:
I guess most of you have watched the show “Who wants to become a millionaire?” You may have even tried to answer the questions and to "win" the dollars.
As in my previous post I talked about working with students with disabilities, I would like to share some of the tips that helped me in this experience.
The other day I was reading in one of our bloggers' post that mobile phones cause quite a lot of trouble for the teachers.
Online learning platforms, self-study packs, mobile phone applications – is this the future of foreign language teaching?
Being a fan of technology myself, I can’t help wondering if technology i
I came up with the idea of creating bag of tricks! I know all the teachers have in mind their bag of tricks. Those that you use sometimes to impress, activate, open up your learners!
A couple of days ago I came across the updated version of Dr Kizlik's article and would like to share some points of it with my colleagues.
After my most discussed blog post Usin
When I first start teaching in a small town, after several years I was the first teacher there. Students looked at me as though I was a foreigner.