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#epinterviews – Adam Beale

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This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog. The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners.

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#epinterviews – Claudia Molnar

#epinterviews Claudia

This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog. The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners. What they

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#epinterviews – Martin Sketchley

#epinterviews Martin

This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog. The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners.

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Experiment versus explore

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Metaphors for developing practice When thinking about teaching practice and trying to describe what it is we actually do, it can be helpful to use metaphors and draw analogies from other fields. For example, it might be useful to think

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#epinterviews – Anna Papadopoulou

#epinterviews Anna

This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog. The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners.

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#epinterviews – Sandy Millin

#epinterviews Sandy

This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog. The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners.

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NATECLA National Conference 2014 Sheffield

On Saturday 28 June I delivered a workshop at the National Association for Teaching English and Community Languages to Adults conference in Sheffield. The title of the workshop was ‘Exploring experimental practice as professional development in ELT’ and for just under

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The Experimental Practice Academy goes live!

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This blog is intended to become a space for experimentation, reflection and development. By planning, carrying out, and reflecting on ‘experimental lessons’, teachers can find themselves in a powerful position to take charge of their professional development. You are free

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