01st December 2016
By Wendy Arnold
Director and Co-founder ELT-Consultants
In the 20th Century and up to this point in the 21st Century, English language teaching (ELT), along with mainstream education, has been dominated with education practices led by a ‘learner-centred’ approach, base Read more
20th November 2016
by Nik Peachey
A recent survey reported in the UK newspaper the The Telegraph stated that as many as half of the teachers consulted for the survey said they rarely use technology in the classroom.
This came as no surprise to me, but what did surprise me Read more
17th October 2016
by Nahla Al Malki, Associate Consultant; MA, DELTA, CELTA, BS Hons.
Anyone who’s delivered some sort of practical training will have experienced that moment of doubt where they question the usefulness of their session. ‘I wonder if they’re actually listening, Will this have any impact on Read more
30th September 2016
by Thanh Nyguyen Associate ELT-Consultant
Ever since engaging in teacher training I’ve been reflecting over the influences that my own experiences as a student teacher has had on my approach to designing and delivering training programmes. In fact, I found myself trying to impart many of the things I Read more