As a teacher, you may sometimes feel you need a support network or a place to visit where you can discuss your challenges with like-minded people and receive guidance from experienced professionals. This is why we have developed Oxford TEFL Connect – a go-to place for teachers.
Navigating the world of online teaching in the current climate can be a real challenge. Any teacher who has looked for online work will know that there is a plethora of different options – from conversation to exam preparation, from great pay to no way. Once you’ve begun to develop your niche within this brave new world, you’ll see that it’s well worth the effort.
Adrian Underhill is series editor of the Macmillan Books for Teachers, author of Sound Foundations: Learning and Teaching Pronunciation and an adviser in the development of the new Macmillan English Dictionary. He has been a teacher and trainer for many years and was director of the International Teacher Training Institute at International House in Hastings […]
Sarah is from England and is a recent 4-week 100% Online CELTA graduate. She is an avid traveller and has lived in New York and Barcelona. For years, she has taught and examined pilates teacher training certification courses, alongside private music lessons. With the recent shift to online instruction, she decided to look at other […]
Daniel Pagnoccolo has been teaching primary and secondary school students in Moscow, Russia for the past two years. He is originally from Australia and previously taught primary school and secondary school students for five and half years there before moving overseas to embark on a new teaching journey. In this blog post, he explains his […]
We are excited to introduce to you our expert team of tutors on our upcoming Trinity DipTESOL course. Our team have a wealth of experience to guide you through the course, help guarantee you reach your maximum learning potential and pass the course successfully. They have accumulated many years of experience working in a variety of ELT […]
Richard Parkin is an Oxford House teacher and Innovate ELT conference volunteer from the Isle of Wight, England. Before packing up and moving to Barcelona he trained in journalism and worked for the NHS in London. He arrived to do his Trinity CertTESOL course at Oxford TEFL in 2016 and he’s been teaching at Oxford […]
Nik Peachey is a freelance writer, teacher trainer and consultant specialising in digital publishing, online course development and the development of digital resources for teachers. Since 1992 he has worked all over the world as a teacher, trainer and project manager. He was Global Head of Learning for Macmillan’s online English school EnglishUp from 2014 […]
Duncan Foord is the Director of OxfordTEFL, Barcelona. He has 30 years experience in language teaching, teacher training and school leadership and management. He is the author of “From English Teacher to Learner Coach” (with Dan Barber, The Round 2014) The Developing Teacher (Delta Publishing, 2009) and The Language Teachers Survival Handbook with Lindsay Clandfield […]
Innovate ELT promises to be its usual… well, innovative self this year, with a fresh, timely and topical theme of sustainability in all its forms, experiments in Zoom interactivity to recreate the friendliness and intimacy of the conference when it’s at Oxford House, Barcelona, and a diversity of session topics not often seen at conferences […]