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Continued Professional Development takes many forms for many people.

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Receptive skills - in particular the art of processing listening texts - often hold an important position in curricula.

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Spring to me doesn't mean flowers in bloom, it means conferencing.

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A new year, a new beginning ... a new post.

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I recently tried really really hard to 'attend' (is that the right word?) every day of the recent excellent mlearning course...

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I started blogging four years ago with my students.

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In his landmark historical study of methods, Kelly (1969) argued that methodological choices are contingent on higher-level decisions at...

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Currently I'm working on an extended paper on language teaching methodology, which will form part of an edited collection on...

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I’m a Guest Writer. I’ve never been called that before.

  • Continued Professional Development takes many forms for many people. For some it is simply their on-going development lesson by lesson. For others, it is rather the certificates collected at the end of further development courses. Having spent a...
  • This is probably due to the quite simple notion that the development of good listening skills, particularly dealing with unknown vocabulary and inferring meaning, needs to be dealt with within a controlled environment i.e. the classroom. Teaching...
  • Spring to me doesn’t mean flowers in bloom, it means conferencing. I’ve been thinking about whether I could generalise the way I watch conference presentations to then come up with a list of things I think are good to keep in mind, which can maybe...
  • I tried to decide on 'the one' topic, and yet, as it happens, interconnected thoughts kept coming to me ... I do wonder why.So ... main aim here is to share my hands-on experience (mind you, I started as a EFL/ESL teacher on 13 January 1988) Many...
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  • I recently tried really really hard to 'attend' (is that the right word?) every day of the recent excellent mlearning course given by Nicky Hockly. Unfortunately, my work meant that I had to dip in and out of the course without contributing a huge...
  •   I started blogging four years ago with my students. Then, before I went to do a presentation about my class blog at an international conference, I started my teacher blog thinking that I could use it as a portfolio.  Not long after that, I started...
  • Conceptions of teachingIn an article which looks at this division and the conceptions of teaching which underpin this issue, Freeman and Richards (1993) come up with a further distinction. They base their tripartite classification on Zahorik (1986...
  • In his landmark historical study of methods, Kelly (1969) argued that methodological choices are contingent on higher-level decisions at the level of principles and beliefs: “Matter, methods, and media relate ultimately to the provenance of ideas” (...
  • Currently I'm working on an extended paper on language teaching methodology, which will form part of an edited collection on applied linguistics topics, pitched at MA students. The exercise is fascinating, if time-consuming. For a start, how do you...
  • These are some of the titles I’ve gone under: teacher, assistant director of studies, director of studies, teacher trainer, school director, head of teacher training, MA student, coursebook author, conference speaker, panellist, plenary speaker,...