Technologically and linguistically adventurous EFL teacher, trainer, writer and manager

My presentation for IATEFL Liverpool 2013 is an introduction to the Personal Study Programme (PSP) which we run at IH Newcastle. It was part of the Learner Autonomy SIG day.

If you couldn’t be there, or you want to relive it, here is a recorded version:

You can also read about PSP on the IH Newcastle website.

Feel free to leave me a comment if you have any questions or suggestions.

Note: thank you to Amy Brown for helping me to put the presentation together.

Update:
A few bloggers have very kindly responded to my presentation. I will post the links here if you are interested. Please let me know if I have missed any:

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Comments on: "International House Newcastle Personal Study Programme (IATEFL 2013 presentation)" (3)

  1. […] I arrived at International House Newcastle in July 2011, just in time for the school’s busiest week of the year, closely followed, in my second week there, by it’s busiest week of the year again! 10 days before I’d still been in Brno, where I had been working for three years, so it was a bit of shock to the system. Right from the start, however, I loved the variety and freedom I had in the classes, and I liked the concept and potential of the school’s Personal Study Programme (PSP). […]

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  2. […] time to attend conferences in France and in the UK (thanks IH […]

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  3. […] sit and chat.  It’s also one of the small details that Sandy Millin threaded throughout her IATEFL talk on the ups and downs of her school’s Personal Study Program.  Some of the other telling details included a list of Internet resources available to her […]

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