Dogme language teaching is both a methodology and a mindset. It is an approach to teaching that is conversation-driven and focuses on emergent language and student needs over materials.
Self-Publishing for ELT Professionals 2023
This is more than just a “how to”—it’s the actual doing. If you have content for a book, you will be able to publish it by the end of this course.
Creating a Green Classroom
The connection between climate change and English Language Teaching has been moving up the agenda of our global community over the last eighteen months or so. But many teachers ask the same question, “what do I need to know to get involved?”.
In this iTDi Advanced Skills Course, participants will be guided towards developing their understanding of the issues from two perspectives:
1) what we can do in our classes and wider institutions to help students understand and discuss the climate crisis in English;
2) what we can do to encourage our schools and colleges to be more sustainable institutions.
Remember, ‘Green actions require action’.
Edge of CALL: Tech for learning and teaching with Kevin Ryan
Edge of Call: Tech for language learning and teaching
Research and Teaching: A Teacher’s Perspective with Penny Ur
In this course, we will explore several issues related to the implementation of research-based insights -- or not! -- in classroom practice.
Great Minds in Language Education 2022 with Scott Thornbury
This course is now sold out. We have another Great Minds course beginning on November 6th, led by Penny Ur. Participants in her course will be exploring researching and practice from a teacher's perspective. Her course will not have a required book, and will last six weeks. If you'd like to learn more about this course, visit Great Minds in Language Education 2022 with Penny Ur.