(Reading time: 1 minute)
There are 24 hours in a day, but it never seems to be enough for busy people. To achieve what we want to in a day, we have to become better at managing our time. It is possible to find more time in a day, or even in an hour, if you put in place some simple strategies. Here are 7 tips for getting more done in your working day.  1. Work to...

(Reading time: 1 minute)
Regardless of your position in the field of education or how much you love your work, scheduling in time to revitalize yourself is key in preventing burnout and promoting a positive attitude. When the scales weigh too heavily on the side of work, it can manifest in things like a short temper with loved ones or feeling shortchanged when Sunday night...

(Reading time: 1 minute)
While lecturing tends to be the easiest form of instruction, studies show that students absorb the least amount of information that way. Interactive teaching methods are an effective way to connect with a generation of students used to consistent stimulation. Education professor Kevin Yee has some advice for how teachers can make their lessons...

Page 11 of 11

Latest

Washback effect: from assessment theory to teaching and learning practice

Washback effect: from assessment theory to teaching and learning practice

19 November 2019

The idea that testing holds a major role in language teaching and learning practices is nothing but knew. It can...

Mike Riley on Teaching, Managing and Leading

Mike Riley on Teaching, Managing and Leading

30 October 2019

Mike Riley is Global Teacher Training Manager at Macmillan Education. He spent over a decade at International House Milan. He...

Chris Roland talks about differentiated instruction

Chris Roland talks about differentiated instruction

30 October 2019

Chris is based in Seville at ELI language academy. He has also taught in Cádiz, Barcelona, Nottingham, Damascus and Aleppo....

© 2019 ELT NEWS. All Rights Reserved. Designed By ELT NEWS