All Blog Posts Tagged 'elt' (4)

#1 series in teaching

It has now been a year since I first started the #1 series. A catalog of what I believe is important in teaching and particularly ELT. See it below, share, download.



Here it is faithfully edited, updated and relinked, facelifted. Lots of stuff that might remain as important reference.



Download a hardcopy to print, carry around, use as toilet paper and win paper airplane contests… Continue

Added by ddeubel on September 30, 2010 at 6:35pm — No Comments

TEFList - a new way to find an English teaching job

Well, it is finally here! TEFList, the video ELT job site. A l ot of work went into it and it really does some amazing things. Ning is charging us through the nose and I hope any revenue provided by TEFList will help our community survive.



1) All the jobs in ELT in one spot (no being a chicken with your head cut off)…

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Added by ddeubel on September 2, 2010 at 4:00am — No Comments

Technology and Teaching Languages

My thoughts on how technology is part of the curriculum for language teachers. You might also like my ebook of top sites for language teaching



Here is a presentation in brief - focusing on how technology relates to curriculum. Some tips, some thoughts .......…





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Added by ddeubel on July 11, 2010 at 9:05pm — 1 Comment

18th EFL / ESL / ELL Blog carnival

The EFL Classroom 2.0 newsletter is public and find information about the forthcoming 18th EFL / ESL / ELL Blog Carnival we will host August 1st.


You can visit the last blog carnival HERE. Submit your entry in our handy…
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Added by ddeubel on July 5, 2010 at 3:00pm — No Comments

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