Elt Today: A Frameworks Education Podcast

Sinopsis

A podcast exploring the world of English language teaching: language teaching approaches and language learning, teacher training and ongoing teacher development, searching for jobs to entrepreneurism, and everything TEFL-related in between.

Episodios

  • Online Teaching Diaries 6: Feedback, Backup Plans, Rapport and Professionalism

    Online Teaching Diaries 6: Feedback, Backup Plans, Rapport and Professionalism

    27/03/2020 Duración: 09min

    James is now getting into the swing of teaching online. He's starting to get feedback from students and parents and is reflecting on how he can apply good teaching approaches online. More free support for teachers: https://learning.eltcampus.com/courses/take/webinars-for-english-teachers-online-teaching

  • Online Teaching Diaries 5

    Online Teaching Diaries 5

    25/03/2020 Duración: 05min

    https://learning.eltcampus.com/ James, our English teacher based in Southern Spain, starts to see some benefits of teaching online.

  • Online Teaching Diaries 4

    Online Teaching Diaries 4

    24/03/2020 Duración: 05min

    It's the big day. James, our English teacher based in Southern Spain, conducts his first lessons online with young learners and teens. Join us as James shares his journey to move his teaching online. https://learning.eltcampus.com/courses/how-to-teach-english-online

  • Online Teaching Diaries 3: Making decisions, learning about platforms

    Online Teaching Diaries 3: Making decisions, learning about platforms

    23/03/2020 Duración: 05min

    James brings us his first installment of being a teacher in lock-down in Spain and what he is doing as a complete beginner to get teaching online.

  • Online Teaching Diaries 2: You will not die of a heart attack. You can do this.

    Online Teaching Diaries 2: You will not die of a heart attack. You can do this.

    21/03/2020 Duración: 10min

    James, our English teacher based in Southern Spain, wakes up to his new life/work reality and gets to grips with the first decisions to be made to become an online teacher and survive under lockdown.

  • The English Teacher in Lock-down Diaries: Teaching Online for Absolute Beginners Part 1

    The English Teacher in Lock-down Diaries: Teaching Online for Absolute Beginners Part 1

    21/03/2020 Duración: 04min

    James brings us his first installment of being a teacher in lock-down in Spain and what he is doing as a complete beginner to get teaching online.

  • Rob Howard: Coaching and Neurolanguage in English Language Teaching

    Rob Howard: Coaching and Neurolanguage in English Language Teaching

    14/01/2020 Duración: 15min

    What’s the difference between teaching and coaching? What can we learn from neuroscience and learning to apply to our own teaching? Is it just another methodology gimmick, the latest bandwagon to jump on? Or is there some core sense in this area to add to our English language teacher toolbox? I spoke with well-known Business English language and communications specialist Rob Howard about the 4th International Neurolanguage Learning and Coaching conference taking place in London later in April 2020. https://london20.neurolanguagecoaching.com/ Sound credit: Bangcorrupt

  • Image Conference: Reflections on the Conference from Participants

    Image Conference: Reflections on the Conference from Participants

    09/10/2018 Duración: 09min

    The Image Conference is an exciting, personable gathering for language teachers with a particular interest in multimodality and visual literacy. Each year, over two days we engage with each other and learn together. This year (2018) the conference was held in Athens with a strand of the conference being run by the GISIG (Global Issues Special Interest Group). It focused on the migrant and refugee crisis in Greece and around the world. We considered what this meant for us as language teachers and multidisciplinary specialists involved in education. How are we responding? How does this inform our practice? If you are interested in what applied linguistics and language teaching looks like out there when it meets global issues and other disciplines, be brave! Come join us in Brussels in October 2019. https://www.facebook.com/The.Image.Conference https://www.facebook.com/VisualArtsCircle/ https://visualartscircle.com/ http://theimageconference.org/ http://gisig.iatefl.org/ https://www.facebook.com/GlobalI

  • The Image Conference Athens 2018: No Borders Schools Project

    The Image Conference Athens 2018: No Borders Schools Project

    09/10/2018 Duración: 09min

    Volunteer teacher Mathieu Poignet of No Border School, talks to Emma Louise Pratt at the Image Conference in Athens, Greece, October 2018. https://www.facebook.com/noborderschool/ https://www.facebook.com/The.Image.Conference/

  • Travelling together from the unknown to the known: Tony Gee, Workshops and Project Based Learning

    Travelling together from the unknown to the known: Tony Gee, Workshops and Project Based Learning

    18/10/2017 Duración: 14min

    While contemplating project based and experiential learning, Emma finds out some key truths for learning in the world of workshop artist Tony Gee, the Artistic Director and co-founder of Creation Myth Puppets. Tony who has worked in the arts and as a puppeteer, for over 30 years, touring shows and workshops all over the world. www.creationmythpuppets.co.uk/ Workshop a Moveable Feast by Tony Gee (ISBN: 9780902386204) Dartington College of Arts Sound by: Bensound.com & lemoncreme

  • Teaching English in Brazil: An interview with BrazTESOL President Henrick Oprea

    Teaching English in Brazil: An interview with BrazTESOL President Henrick Oprea

    28/09/2017 Duración: 31min

    Emma Pratt talks with Henrick Oprea about teaching English in Brazil, teacher development, the BrazTESOL conference in 2018, Native-Speakerism, locally informed methodologies and the art of reflection in learning and life. sound in this podacst: You were listening to Beats by reinsamba, a 1939 recording of Francisco Alves performing "Aquarela do Brasil", "Tico-Tico no Fubá" performed by the great Paco de Lucia -a little "aflamencado" for the purists, but a great version never-the-less. Henrick Oprea Blog: https://hoprea.wordpress.com BrazTESOL site: http://www.braztesol.org.br/site/view.asp?p=2

  • Multimodal Literacies, the Visual Arts  ELT

    Multimodal Literacies, the Visual Arts & ELT

    22/08/2017 Duración: 29min

    Is there a paradigm shift happening in the world of TEFL and language teaching? Emma Pratt talks to Anna Whitcher and Kieran Donaghy, the dynamic partnership behind the Visual Arts Circle, a community of practice formed for language teachers interested in multimodal literacy, visual literacy and the visual arts. The Visual Arts Circle's sixth annual Image Conference kicks off in October 2017 in Lisbon. Get involved in VAC: https://visualartscircle.com The Image Conference: http://theimageconference.org/

  • The Latest Trend in Teacher Training is Far from Cambridge

    The Latest Trend in Teacher Training is Far from Cambridge

    26/07/2017 Duración: 05min

    Gone are the days of the ‘traditional’ English teacher breeding grounds, such as London and Cambridge, unusual and exotic training locations are here to stay. Here’s why.

  • New African Horizons: Okon Effiong and Africa TESOL

    New African Horizons: Okon Effiong and Africa TESOL

    20/06/2017 Duración: 19min

    "In English Langauge Teaching, Africa is under-represented internationally and I had a vision to develop a platform for Africa to be heard, for us to speak with a louder voice...I asked myself, 'Where do I start?'" Okon Effiong is the President of the Steering Committee of Africa TESOL, a regional body that aims to create a united front for English language practitioners in Africa, pursuing professionalism in language education and striving to create an enabling environment for research and practice to interact. http://www.africatesol.org/ https://www.facebook.com/AfricaTESOL/ Sound Credits: klankbeeld: Ghanaian woman sings traditional song reinsamba: Harp player and drummer from Gambia during the Berlin carnival of cultures, 2011 NinadeVroome: Ndere music group in Kampala, Uganda bensound.com

  • Quiet catalysts for change: The life of a regular EFL teacher

    Quiet catalysts for change: The life of a regular EFL teacher

    16/05/2017 Duración: 20min

    The world of English language teaching is diverse. This month we have a conversation with Magdalena Brzezinska. Magdalena has been an EFL teacher for over 20 years in her native Poland, and a teacher trainer for 10 years. She has taught practical English and sociolinguistics to English Philology students at the University of Warmia and Masuria, Poland and presently, she is teaching junior high school students. She talks to us about working with teens, project based learning, and who inspired her to become an English language teacher in the first place. Music and sound: bensound.com KeffyStay: Guitar miastodzwiekow: Corner Pub on Kosciuszki street in Poznan, Poland

  • Classroom Management with Moira Allen II

    Classroom Management with Moira Allen II

    25/04/2017 Duración: 10min

    Our ELTcampus guest blogger Moira Allen conitnues with what she finds effective with managing young learners in the classroom. Part two of a two part series for our ELT Today Podcast by Frameworks Education Group. Music: bensound.com Classroom ambience thanks to Rocio and her five year olds in Seville and Emma with her seven year olds!

  • Classroom Management with Moira Allen Part I

    Classroom Management with Moira Allen Part I

    20/03/2017 Duración: 14min

    Our ELTcampus guest blogger Moira Allen speaks to us about what she finds effective with managing young learners in the classroom. A two part series for our ELT Today Podcast by Frameworks Education Group. Music: bensound.com Classroom ambience thanks to Rocio and her five year olds in Seville!

  • Anna Hasper talks teaching, learning, language acquisition and young learners.

    Anna Hasper talks teaching, learning, language acquisition and young learners.

    17/02/2017 Duración: 25min

    Emma talks with Anna Hasper on being stranded in China, teacher training, what's happening in a young learner classroom and the new ELTcampus Course. For info about the course: eltcampus.com/product/teaching-e…to-young-learners/ Contact Emma: training@eltcampus.com Sounds: www.bensound.com

  • Building an ELT Community in Iran

    Building an ELT Community in Iran

    20/01/2017 Duración: 14min

    We talk with Bita Rezaei about the ups and downs and exciting developments for English language teachers in Iran today. IELTA: http://www.ielta2017.com/en/index.php

  • The Power of Being Present in Language Learning and Teaching - An Interview with Jeremy Harmer

    The Power of Being Present in Language Learning and Teaching - An Interview with Jeremy Harmer

    09/12/2016 Duración: 14min

    Emma L Pratt talks with writer, practioner, teacher developer and seminar presenter, Jeremy Harmer about the power of being a good "noticer" or observer as a learner, and also as a teacher and ELT professional.

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