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How The Learners They Once Were, Shaped the Teachers They Are Today; Teachers in the Middle East

How The Learners They Once Were, Shaped the Teachers They Are Today; Teachers in the Middle East

30th March 2018

by Nahla Al Malki, Associate Consultant; MA, DELTA, CELTA, BS Hons.

 

Over the years, I’ve worked on numerous Teacher Development and Teacher Training programs in the Middle East. In all these projects, a common thread manifested. These teachers all had similar backgrounds and primary education yet the Read more

Teacher Trainers Giving Feedback to Teachers

28th February 2018

by Rosemary Anderson

Associate ELT-Consultant

Giving oral and written teaching feedback to pre and in-service teachers is an integral part of many teacher-training programmes, and possibly the most challenging skill to develop for those who have moved from a teacher to a teacher- trainer role. Read more

Re-thinking the reality of Primary English Language Teaching (PELT)

Re-thinking the reality of Primary English Language Teaching (PELT)

17th January 2018

By Wendy Arnold

Director ELT-Consultants

 

As 2017 becomes a memory and ELT-Consultants looks forward to 2018 our thoughts gravitate towards PELT, as well as SELT (Secondary English Language Teaching) and VELT (Vocational English Language Teaching).

With the benefit of Associates Read more

You Mean You Actually Teach in Class?

You Mean You Actually Teach in Class?

01st November 2017

by Tania Pugliese

Associate ELT-Consultant

 

Reams have been written on the characteristics of an effective teacher and, if I had to answer the question myself, I would probably wind up writing a long list of do’s and don’ts as many before me have done. However, the bes Read more