Category Archives: crowd sourcing

crowd-sourcing: technology in your classroom

  This week I’m tutoring on an online teacher development course discussing the use of technology in the ELT classroom. To kick off we’re exchanging some information about our current or recent teaching contexts.  All the participants are teaching, or … Continue reading


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talking dogme (2) looking back

This week has been a fairly busy week, a lot of hours away from my computer screen for a change, and lots of walks in and out of shady Plaza Mina in the centre of old town Cádiz.  That’s where … Continue reading

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talking dogme

Tomorrow morning (Saturday, May 4), I’m attending a local teachers’ event at the Active Language centre in Cádiz.  The event is run by TEFL del Sur. It’s a relatively young association.  It was set up in 2011 and is spear-headed by … Continue reading

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An amazing experience

This post is a long, long overdue thank you to my twitter based PLN (personal learning network) who are also my teaching and writing support network and a constant source of inspiration and new ideas. I was looking around for … Continue reading

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