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Observation as a Development Choice

Observation as a Development Choice

01st August 2017

By Fiona Malcolm

ELT-Consultants  Associate

 

Quality Control or Development?

How many teachers reading this will smile and claim to enjoy their lessons being observed? For many institutions, the observation of teachers in classes is viewed as a form of assessing the work of these teache Read more

Managing challenging behaviour: UK state vs UAE local state school

Managing challenging behaviour: UK state vs UAE local state school

01st July 2017

By Christina Taylor – Associate ELT consultant

This is the first time I have written a blog. I’ve written many papers, assignments, dissertations etc. But never a blog. I looked at the blogs currently on the ELT consultants’ website to get a feel of how they are composed; and it would seem they can be written in many d Read more

 Mindset in ELT

Mindset in ELT

12th June 2017

by Kate Gregson Associate ELT-Consultant

 

“I can’t ‘do languages’, I’m just not one of those people!”

 

“He’s such a bright little boy!”

 

“Hey, you got an A. I knew you would, you’re so clever!”

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English methodology or how we combine both:Reflecting on training teachers in Peru

06th June 2017

by Nele Noe, ELT Associate Consultant

Since I first started working with public school English teachers (teachers who work in government schools) on an intensive residential 4-week British Council training programme in 2015, I have started to question if we can really adapt and implement training packages that were initially developed f Read more