The Teacher Trainer Diaries: Mentoring

This post is part of a reflective series called The Teacher Trainer Diaries, in which I write about my experiences as a teacher trainer. One problem that I think occurs in both teaching and training contexts is that we far too often view the class, staff, group, etc. as a whole unit, forgetting that each... Continue Reading →

Making the shift to online teaching – Some tips and tools to make life easier.

**Updated** Since the original publishing of this post, I have come across a phenomenal amount of extra resources, tools, etc. that I think you will all find very useful. I have updated the lists within this blog, and I will continue to do so. Watch this space! - Jim The coronavirus has sent the world... Continue Reading →

Activity – Telephone Keypad

So last weekend, I attended the annual Cambridge teacher trainers' meeting held in Madrid. It was perhaps one of the most informative and valuable weekends that I've had within my career as an English teacher/trainer. I won't go into all the details in this post, but what I will talk about is one of the... Continue Reading →

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