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Ten innovations that have changed English language teaching

Ten innovations that have changed English language teaching

What innovations in English language teaching (ELT) have had the biggest impact on your teaching? Chia Suan Chong, who will be blogging from the live-streamed ELTons awards for innovations in ELT on 2 June 2016, lists her top ten. English language teaching is evolving all the time, particularly alongside advances in technology.

7 Life Literacy Skills Students Should Have Before Leaving School

7 Life Literacy Skills Students Should Have Before Leaving School

Students are leaving school before you know it. One minute they’re handing in assignments, and the next you’re handing out diplomas. If you’re a teacher or a parent (or both), you know that’s no exaggeration. Leaving school is a big deal for students. It’s both an ending and a beginning.

4 Ways Self-Belief Can Transform Learning

4 Ways Self-Belief Can Transform Learning – InformED

Today’s best and brightest students can only be described as such because they believe in their own abilities; if they didn’t, they’d have fallen behind their peers long ago. In the same breath, struggling students rarely have as much confidence as their higher-achieving peers, which results in a vicious cycle of self-limitation.

12 Facets of Education That Will Be Obsolete By 2025

12 Facets of Education That Will Be Obsolete By 2025 – InformED

Educational research is especially fertile right now, and efforts to integrate it into curricula over the next decade are going to leave some of us high and dry unless we start paying attention this second. Significant findings range from brain-based study habits to insights into the nature of intelligence and motivation.