These links take you to a selection of blogposts containing videos of me in action.
In the classroom
March 2013 – excerpts from another lesson recorded for Delta.
May 2013 – International House Teachers Online Conference 60 (IHTOC60): Ten blogs in ten minutes
An introduction to ten of my favourite blogs, given in a 10-minute slot.
April 2014 – IATEFL Harrogate 2014: 19 Things I’ve Learnt as an EFL Teacher
My first ever Pecha Kucha, a 6 minute 40 second presentation. The link explains more about what exactly Pecha Kucha is and takes you to the video.
April 2016 – IATEFL Birmingham 2016: Taking back time: How to do everything you want to
A video of my 30-minute presentation. Although the image quality is not great as it was shot on my camera, the audio is fine and I think you get an idea of my presentation style.
May 2016 – Innovate ELT, Barcelona: Five things I’ve learnt from five years of blogging
Though the picture quality isn’t great as it was recorded via Periscope, you can hear the sound fine. There’s also a YouTube interview in the same post where I discuss blogging for teachers with Milada Krajewska.
April 2013 – Teaching English British Council
“Sandy talks about the tips & ideas for continuing professional development that we can get from the IATEFL conference; how we can help students to build and retain vocabulary and what we can do to make our students love English.”
April 2014 – Teaching English British Council/IATEFL Harrogate 2014
“Paul and Ann ask Sandy and Adam about the ingredients for a successful blog and the inspirations behind their blogs.”
April 2016 – Teaching English British Council/IATEFL Birmingham 2016
About halfway down this post you can find Paul Braddock interviewing Chia Suan Chong and I about time management and why native speakers need to improve their communicative competence. You can also watch Chia’s young daughter Natalie, who joined us!