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

Every year in April, our sister school at International House Torun runs their Teacher Training Day, attracting local teachers and international visitors to this beautiful city:

Torun

Photo from my personal collection

My presentation this year was the most recent version of one I’ve done a few times before, now featuring ELT Playbook 1, my ebook for new teachers. If you weren’t there, you can watch a webinar version done for the British Council in 2015, or read a text version based on the presentation I did at Innovate ELT in 2016. Doing this presentation seems to be an annual spring event for me now 🙂 Here are the slides

The blogs which I recommended in this version were:

The reader I use to manage the blogs I read is Feedly, and the bookmarking tool I use is diigo.

What blogs are you reading at the moment?

P.S. I’ve also just rediscovered this post in my archive 🙂 What makes a successful blog?

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Comments on: "Making the most of blogs (IH Torun 2018)" (4)

  1. Hi

    The blogs are so interesting and useful!

    Please take a look and then consider adding mine:

    http://www.margiecj@blogpsot.com

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  2. Cheers for mentioning my blog Sandy. I often notice that readers have been referred to my blog from your own site, so thanks for that. Have you managed to motivate any teachers to start a blog themselves? I try and point out the benefits but anything that has happened from colleagues has been rather short-lived.

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  3. […] sessions by Lisko MacMillan, Matthew Siegal, Rachel Hunter and John Hughes, and presented on Making the most of blogs. Here are few of the things I got out of the […]

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