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The gathering storm?

As governments move to stop the job subsidises, the real damage to international education is likely to be done says Melanie Butler It feels like...

Is China changing its mind about English?

Don’t mess with the mouse, as they say in Hollywood when the subject of the Disney Corporation comes up. So, news that Disney English...

UK Pathway Centres learn quickly

INTO Manchester has had to adapt, Sandra Fraser tells the Gazette How has INTO Manchester adapted to online teaching and learning? We had to adapt quickly!...

Native English speakers need to brush up on their language skills too

The international classroom has been an uneven playing field for too long. It’s time for change, argue Zanne Gaynor and Kathryn Alevizos According to a...

Lessons learned from lockdown learners

Flipped lessons and blended learning benefits those at home and in schools says international school teacher James McAleese of Gems Winchester What lessons can we...

Black teachers matter in British ELT

Racism has been rife in British EFL for two decades. There are signs of change but it may be too little too late, say...

First Person: In at the deep end

Isabel Davies recounts her first teaching experience – at an English-medium school in Hong Kong I first learned of TEFL from my older brother, who...

Noreen Caplen-Spence: Black Teachers Matter

Noreen Caplen-Spence shares her poems and thoughts with Ron Ragsdale If language is the tool of thought, James Joyce through Ulysses invented a way of thought And...

Help us do better on racism

Jodie Gray says it’s time to take a closer look at ELT industry attitudes and explains how English UK is leading the way Like so...

Sophia Howlett: Taking a holistic approach to teacher education

Dr Sophia Howlett of the School for International Training, Vermont, in conversation with Ron Ragsdale Your university education was in the UK and focussed on...

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