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TTELT is a podcast for English language teachers who never seem to find the time for the professional development we want and need. Episodes include tips that we can implement in our classes this week, discussiions of journal articles and blogs in our field, and interviews with prominent, and not so prominent, teachers who have teaching tips they'd like to share. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/support
 
ELTAS is a regional association of English language teachers in the greater Stuttgart area with the mission of fostering professional development and networking. We offer a wide range of inspiring workshops and events along with networking opportunities in a supportive environment. Hailing from a diverse range of background, ELTAS members are united in our passion and enthusiasm for English language teaching and lifelong learning.
 
Language Latte is a conversation about teaching world languages. Becky Morales looks at research and speaks with teachers from around the globe to find out the best and most efficient methods, materials, and tips to help students gain fluency. Topics include educational technology, getting students to speak in the target language, teaching vocabulary, using films and popular games in class, bringing in culture, using IPA’s, TPRS, CI, the role of grammar, and more. More educational resources, ...
 
Teacher's Guide to Critically Minded podcast created for the purpose of assisting language educators in providing quality instruction in critical thinking skills and critical dispositions to second language learners everywhere.
 
Welcome to the Shining Scholar Education Podcast! Where we're all about secondary Reading/English/Language Arts. We'll share tips, strategies, resources, stories, as well as some inspiration and motivation for not just English/ELA teachers, but for all teachers. We'll also share the ups and downs in the wonderful world of teaching. Your host, Charlie, is a teacher-creator with Shining Scholar Education. We are a team of professional, certified teachers and we are right there in the trenches ...
 
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Realia (real life objects) is a topic most of us have heard of, yet how much do we use it in our classrooms? Alberto August, a professor from Belize, shares the importance of integrating realia into each lesson. He emphasizes using low-resource realia in the context of your environment. Listen to hear his hands-on ideas. To learn more vocabulary ti…
 
Classroom community is important to student motivation and engaging learners. To learn a language we need a safe environment where students are encouraged to collaborate and contribute. Join Pearlie Lubin this week as she shares her tips for building classroom community. Visit TTELT.org for more great tips from Pearlie Lubin. --- Send in a voice me…
 
Erica Reynoso’s interest in vocabulary led her to integrate idioms into her daily teaching. She shares great tips for creative ways to incorporate idioms with all ages. She shares the value of teaching culture and language through idioms and idiomatic expressions. Learn from her engaging examples and easily-accessible resources. Learn more about ho…
 
We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Dr. Andre Boyer shares his top tips for facilitating a multi-level classroom. Dr. Boyer will share his insights from his expansive career teaching English around the globe. More great tips are available to support multi-level classroom instruction at TTELT.org. --- Send in a voice message: https:/…
 
A relaxed interview with Vera Tillner, ELTAS Secretary, on teaching, working as a freelance English teacher and learning foreign languages among other things. ELTAS is a great place for teachers to network and develop professionally. We offer 6 workshops (online or in person) per year among other benefits, such as the Tech group (2x/ month - discus…
 
A relaxed interview with Katrin Beringer about teaching English as a foreign language. Katrin was the English Language Teachers' Association of Stuttgart's former Chairperson for years and has been a member of the association for many more. ELTAS is a great place for teachers to network and develop professionally.…
 
A relaxed interview with Michelle Kremser, current Deputy Chair at ELTAS, on teaching, working as a freelance teacher and learning foreign languages among other things. ELTAS is a great place for teachers to network and develop professionally. We offer 6 workshops (online or in person) per year among other benefits, such as the Tech group (2x/ mont…
 
A relaxed interview with Andy Yarahmadi, ELTAS Advertising & Marketing, on teaching, working as a freelance English teacher and learning foreign languages among other things. ELTAS is a great place for teachers to network and develop professionally. We offer 6 workshops (online or in person) per year among other benefits, such as the Tech group (2x…
 
In depth interview with Rachel Paling, founder of Neurolanguage Coaching ®. After a year since our first workshop with Rachel, we sit down to revisit and discuss topics around coaching, teaching, languages and more.بقلم ELTAS- English Language Teachers’ Association of Stuttgart
 
An interview with Khanh-Duc Kuttig after her workshop, Grammar as a 5th Skill, on May 7 in Stuttgart. Khanh-Duc is the Events Coordinator for ELTA Rhine. In this interview we discuss her workshop, discerning different uses in practice in English, and ELTA organizations. If you're an English teacher and live in Germany, join an ELTA organization nea…
 
ELTAS took its act on the road to IATEFL Belfast 2022! While there we interviewed several interesting people. Beatrix Price is the former IATEFL Hungary President, who is doing her PHD on teacher organizations and what they mean for our professional development. Have a listen!بقلم ELTAS- English Language Teachers’ Association of Stuttgart
 
MA in German and English at Freiburg i.Br. research and assistant work at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen (NL), lecturer and examiner for German as a foreign language (DaF) at Manchester Business School, University of Salford and others, and companies in the NW of England Efl in courses in adult education at different sch…
 
Ever had challenges with teaching students pronunciation? Join us to hear a native Spanish speaker share his tips for how he mastered English pronunciation and teaches his students techniques, which apply to all language backgrounds. Visit TTELT.org to hear more great tips to practice speaking skills. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/…
 
Shannon Felt is a teacher, a (CELTA/DELTA) teacher trainer and a teacherpreneur. She is a co-founder of TEFL Horizons where she runs a blog, regular webinars, and offers range of Online English Teacher certification courses. Additionally, she hosts the podcast expand your horizons. You can find her, and all of the above on www.TEFLhorizons.com #TEF…
 
Balancing your personal and professional life can be challenging. Are you seeking tips on how to avoid stress and burnout? In this episode of ttelt, Hansley Cazeau shares his thoughts on the subject by identifying some signs of overwhelming stress and providing straightforward suggestions to avoid it. Get more great teaching tips from Hansley and o…
 
ELT Under The Covers Podcast Interview #21 with Bruno Leys. Bruno has been an English teacher and teacher trainer for over 25 years. He trains teachers at Katholieke Hogeschool VIVES in Belgium where he does research in Teaching Methods, Language Education and Didactics. He has published several EFL coursebook series for Van In publishers: Breakawa…
 
Go back to basics with facilitation skills in this episode. Beth shares her ideas about what you can do to create an environment that strengthens your students’ motivation for learning! She shares four tips about reinforcing the vital elements of warmth and empathy in the classroom. For more tips on creating motivating classroom environments, visit…
 
Do you find it challenging to conduct effective assessments, especially online? Listen to Jhon Carvajal’s tips for understanding your students’ needs, customizing assessments accordingly, and creating ‘calls to action,’ focusing on demonstrating knowledge. Jhon joins us from Colombia, where he works as a manager of the English Language Academy of P…
 
Have you found it challenging to get to know your students? Would you like to tailor your lessons to their needs and expectations for the course? We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Dr. Andre Boyer shares his top tips for establishing and maintaining relationships with students. Dr. Boyer will share his insights from his expansive c…
 
ELT Under The Covers Podcast Interview #20 with Mark Kulek. EduTuber OG Mark Kulek runs a hugely popular Youtube channel that focuses on speaking practice videos for younger learners. He also produces an array of English language learning materials that you can find on his website MarkKulek.com, along with teaching teachers at a university in Japan…
 
Are you looking for ideas to increase student talk time at the beginning of class? We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Courtney Miles shares her top tips for maximizing the first several minutes of every class meeting. You will learn how creatively using this time creates a safe space for students to share and learn. To hear more gr…
 
Looking for some new ideas for how to engage students in their grammar study? Beth has found success by getting students to notice grammar instead of only presenting it to them. She highlights several examples of getting students to learn from their own curiosity. Need more great teaching tips that you can use in your classroom today? Visit our pod…
 
ELT Under The Covers Podcast Interview #19 with English with Lucy. Lucy is a British Council innovation award winning teacher, an edutuber, a teacherpreneur, the creator of one of the most popular english language learning channels on Youtube 'English with Lucy' that currently has over 8 million subscribers and 318 million views. https://englishwit…
 
ELT Under The Covers Podcast Interview #18 with Russell Stannard. Russell is a multi award-winning Educational Technologist and founder of www.teachertrainingvideos.com. He has more than 70,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel. He received awards from the British Council ELTONS, the Times Higher and the University of Westminster for his work in t…
 
Are you seeking tips on how to engage your students and boost participation? We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Hansley Cazeau shares his top 3 tips for boosting classroom engagement. You will learn how getting to know your students directly impacts engagement. Find more episodes on student engagement and teaching tips from Hansley…
 
Do you find online teaching challenging? In this episode of TTELT, Dr. Kirsten Dyck joins us to share her top 3 tips for online teaching. You will learn practical approaches to improve your online teaching practice and increase student engagement. For more great strategies to support online and virtual teaching, visit TTELT.org --- Send in a voice …
 
Are you in need of some fresh homework ideas? Join us to learn how Courtney Miles has reframed homework as fun-work. She highlights how she has increased student engagement through giving options and providing real-world practice. For more great tips from Courtney Miles, check out her other episodes at TTELT.org on Leadership and Learning through p…
 
In the early days of our organization, Beth Trudell sat down for a conversation on student motivation with our founder. In this episode, we revisit Beth's original work to focus on quick teaching tips and strategies that you can use in your teaching practice today to motivate your learners. Visit TTELT.org to watch the full episode with supporting …
 
Join Peter Edwards as he scrolls back through previous TTELT podcasts to help him refresh his thoughts on an upcoming project. Peter is working on an article for TESOL Arabia and a forthcoming workshop in TTELT on motivating students to read through visual literacy techniques. With that in mind, he follows a specific process to gather insights from…
 
Nik Peachey is a freelance writer, teacher trainer and consultant specializing 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 f…
 
Find your professional development path with Brooke Leach Grable. She shares the importance of making and building connections to learn as much as we can from each other. Learn how to find your professional development purpose and grow your professional practice through local, international, and virtual PD. Visit TTELT.org for more professional dev…
 
Attending workshops and plenaries are great, yet networking can shape your career. Professional conferences offer so many opportunities beyond the session options. In this episode, Peter Edwards discusses the importance of networking as part of participating in PD conferences. Learn to find your singularity and make meaningful professional connecti…
 
Ever feel overwhelmed by all of the choices at professional conferences? Learn tips for making the conference experience, whether online or in-person, more meaningful with Luciana's tips. She shares how to pre-plan your experience for the greatest impact. Find more free professional development opportunities at TTELT.org --- Send in a voice message…
 
Learn how to take control of your professional development. Join Dr. Aileen Hale, Beth Trudell, and Dr. Peter Edwards for a discussion about creating a personal, professional development practice that is enjoyable and applicable. They provide simple strategies to stay professionally connected and inspired. Visit TTELT.org to find more professional …
 
"Learning by Teaching" (Lernen durch Lehren - LdL) is a widespread teaching-method in Germany, developed by Jean-Pol Martin. Jean-Pol Martin was born in 1943 in Paris and went to Germany in 1968. He studied German and French in order to become a teacher at a German grammar school, and also became an instructor in teacher education at the Catholic U…
 
Discover the connections between Service-Learning (SL) and Project-Based Learning with Dr. Aileen Hale. She shares ways to take projects out of the classroom and into the community to meet community needs. She gives lots of examples of SL projects for all age levels. Visit TTELT.org for more show notes and links. --- Send in a voice message: https:…
 
Do you ever feel like the language you are learning isn't the language you need? This week Anesh Daya the founder of On the Spot Learning shares his tips for using task-based learning in the community to give purpose to language learning. Anesh explains how daily language tasks can align with specific language goals like learning new vocabulary. Le…
 
Mary is a Trinity College London accredited English Teacher, currently pursuing a Master in Technology-Mediated Language Teaching and Learning and a Cambridge Delta Mod 2 course at the same time along with running an online teaching business and Youtube channel. She has been working in the International Education industry for many years, having hel…
 
Learn ways to engage your students in leading their project-based learning. Courtney Miles shares with listeners creative ideas for helping students develop language and leadership skills through student-led projects. She explains ways to discover their expertise, follow their lead, create safe spaces, change roles, and give students a platform. Le…
 
Project-based learning is an instructional approach that gives meaning to the languages our students are learning. Project-based learning is adaptable to meet your needs, from large projects like building a gate for a school and creating language materials for local taxi drivers to helping kids learn through their passions. Join Dr. Aileen Hale, Je…
 
Anita Derecskei is a teacher trainer, English teacher, Cambridge speaking examiner and materials writer who has been involved in English teaching for over 10 years. She has worked as a teacher in various contexts (general English, business English, teenagers, kids, ESP, EAP) in Hungary, the UK and Spain. She is passionate about teacher training, an…
 
Want to know a helpful strategy for making assessments fairer? Rubrics are the answer. Rubrics are tools used by both teachers and students to make clear the assessment criteria and expectations. Join Beth Trudell as she explains what rubrics are, how to create them, use them with your students, and resources to support their use. Listen as she giv…
 
Need an assessment that integrates language skills and requires students to think critically? Try hexagonal thinking. This strategy has students working together to create connections of words, phrases, and ideas. It easily incorporates reading, writing, speaking, and listening as students have to explain their thinking for the connections they mak…
 
Hugh Dellar is a teacher and teacher trainer with over twenty five years’ experience in the ELT field. He is the co-founder of Lexical Lab, which provides English language and teacher training, and has given teacher training and development sessions in more than 20 countries. He has spoken on such topics including the nature of English as a lingua …
 
Formative assessments can be easily integrated into your classroom teaching practice daily. In this discussion with Renuka Karunaratne, you will learn quick formative assessment strategies that become part of your daily teaching routine. Check for understanding with Bellwork, Turn and Talk, and One-Minute Summaries throughout your lessons. For comp…
 
Have questions about assessment for English Language Learners? This episode features experts in the field discussing what assessment is, the components of quality assessments, how to assess large classes, and how to use assessment data. It is full of great assessment tips and strategies that you can begin to implement in your class today. Visit TTE…
 
Steve is an experienced freelance English Language Teacher with a demonstrated history of working in ELT. Skilled in the areas of Polish-English language transfer, fluency development, vocabulary learning and English for Academic Purposes (EAP). He has Master's degree in English Language Teaching, and is an Avid writer and blogger at: englishcoacho…
 
Have you heard of Minecraft? It is a great tool to teach vocabulary, verb tenses and use visuals to showcase sentence structures. It works well with all ages and students love using it because they’re having fun while learning. Listen for creative ways that Ryan integrates Minecraft into his teaching. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/…
 
Need new game ideas to keep learning interesting? Listen as Christian Kallio shares grammar, vocabulary, and reading review games. He includes online and low-tech game options. Visit the episode page on TTELT for a complete list of resources mentioned. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
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