Globe: A Virtual Home for English Language Educators around the World English Language Teacher (ELT) Professional Development is often a top -down process directed from education ministries using trainers or key experts to run workshops and deliver training sessions. One of the problems with such a blanket approach can be that content does not always meet the
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In this recent article for ELT Action, Marjorie Rosenburg looks at the different ways in which individuals in the classroom approach learning, and discusses how we can use varied methodologies to make sure that we reach them all. Embrace the Differences It is a given that different learners perceive, process, store and recall information in
Sustaining Development in Language Education In language teaching and teacher development, input is king. i+1 has become a mantra for language teachers trying to enable their students to move from where they are to where they want to be. Short-term, intensive training courses are still the preferred mode of teacher development, despite overwhelming evidence that