This episode is a special interview with Rachael Roberts about the right approach to mindfulness, growth mindset, etc. and about taking action.
We look to the future and talk about how the expanded exposure to doing things online could lead to positive change in both teaching and conferences?
After a bit of a break over the summer (and autumn!), the promised follow-up to our panel discussion on professional development at the IATEFL 2021 conference.
Vocabulary is the theme for our latest podcast for language professionals. The working name is “croissants and cauliflowers”. Listen to find out why.
After our series of episodes on language assessment, we have returned to a teaching subject., the often neglected topic of pronunciation
In the latest episode of the professional development podcast for language professionals, Neil and I looked at some of the things you need to think about after you have written your test items.
The team are talking about three fundamental questions you need to answer before even starting to develop a language assessment: Why are you assessing? What are you assessing? Who are you assessing?
In this episode we have an expert guest speaker from the British Council.
Language assessment literacy is an area of language teaching that is easily overlooked. While most language teachers are involved in assessment, how much training have they had?
I am starting a PhD next year. I am sure it will be challenging but I am both worried and excited by it.
I (Kevin) am honoured and excited to be giving a presentation at the MELTA conference next month entitled “Take control and form your own future: a structured approach to professional development”. Here is the web site: http://elt-moscow.ru/2020/10/5th-melta-international-online-conference-12-12-2020/