Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Issue 482 - Oct 2022

Saudis favour US books, but UK schools

A recent flurry of course-book adoptions in Saudi Arabia suggest that, though the UK seems to remain the top destination for Saudi students, when it comes to course material...

ELTon judges go nuts for Brazil

This year’s shortlist has Melanie Butler singing its innovative praises Innovating against the odds – that is the motto...

Upskilling in ELT

Ready for the next step in your teaching career? Gerald Nikolai Smith explores what’s out there Moving up in...

Escape to New Zealand

Kim Renner and the board of English New Zealand explain how their schools can help English language teachers...

“EFL students want native-English-speaker teachers!”

Is this fact or fallacy? Caitlin Nolan devised a study to find out Much research provides, and some anecdotes...

Saudis favour US books, but UK schools

A recent flurry of course-book adoptions in Saudi Arabia suggest that, though the UK seems to remain the top destination for Saudi students, when...

ELTon judges go nuts for Brazil

This year’s shortlist has Melanie Butler singing its innovative praises Innovating against the odds – that is the motto bestowed by the British Council on...

Upskilling in ELT

Ready for the next step in your teaching career? Gerald Nikolai Smith explores what’s out there Moving up in the ELT world is more confusing...

Escape to New Zealand

Kim Renner and the board of English New Zealand explain how their schools can help English language teachers enjoy the holiday of a lifetime New...

“EFL students want native-English-speaker teachers!”

Is this fact or fallacy? Caitlin Nolan devised a study to find out Much research provides, and some anecdotes suggest, that the key stakeholders –...

Can you beat the boarding schools?

These year-round stalwarts know what they’re doing, says Melanie Butler British boarding schools are famed across the world for their excellence in education, so it...
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