I’ve always been a visual learner, which has influenced me as a teacher as well. Therefore, as a teacher I’ve always used a lot of visual prompts, pictures, colourful slides in my PowerPoint presentations, etc. One day a student changed my perception not only as a teacher, but as a person. Will joined my class.
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In this first in a regular series of change stories collected over the past six months, we hear from Elena Oncevska from Macedonia. Elena highlights issues in implementation of a large-scale change project within the Macedonian State school system which, rather than solving any problems within the system, only served to increase teacher stress. Sadly,
Our second TransformELT change story focus on an institution, the London School in northern Italy. There are lessons here from Julie Wallis for all language school owners and managers. Julie Wallis (a TransformELT Consulting Committee member) talks about transforming the London School in northern Italy. She explains the place accreditation played, and the processes she
Claudia Ferradas is an accomplished writer, trainer and consultant from Argentina. In this video she relates the various twists and turns in er career that, despite her best efforts, hasn’t turned out as planned….but then very little does. To a certain extent we are hostages to fortune, but that does not mean that we drift.