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“Before attending this course, we just had a few ideas about how to teach English to primary students. It was very difficult for us to help teachers of English at primary schools when they needed some supporting. Furthermore, we had no experience in delivering the workshop to help teachers share their ideas and solve their…

10,000 English teachers in Japan will benefit from training over the next year as part of an initiative to improve English language levels in the country.  The second phase of the Leaders of English Education Project (LEEP) aims to help practising teachers become ‘leaders’, or teacher trainers in a more interactive, student-centred style of English language teaching.

Nominations for the ELTons 2015, the international awards for ELT professionals, are now open.  The ELTons recognise and celebrate innovation in English language teaching and reward educational resources that help English language learners and teachers to achieve their goals.

Applications are open for the following award categories:

Excellence in Course Innovation Innovation in Learner Resources…

Happy World Teachers’ Day

October 5, 2014

Happy World Teachers’ Day to all the wonderful teachers across East Asia, and the rest of the world!

If you teach young children you should check out this  free webinar on Using children’s literature to teach English.

The webinar is led by Gail Ellis, who presents a range of picture books, looks at how the technique of storytelling can help to develop children’s English and identifies criteria to use for selecting the right…

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