Category Archives: websites

Latest Headlines from the ELT Times

Head over to the ELT Times and read what’s happening in the world of ELT. Among recent articles, you can find a guide to the advantages of a TESOL Course by Manuel Kupka, Memoirs of a Teacher by Paul Selibio, Blindfold … Continue reading

Posted in Articles, ELT Times, blogs, japan, websites | Leave a comment

The World’s First Online TEFL Newspaper

The ELT Times The ELT Times is the world’s first online TEFL newspaper with articles and discussion on many issues affecting our profession in the early 21st century. Recent articles titles include ‘An Acronym By Any Other Name‘ by Brenda … Continue reading

Posted in blogs, websites | Leave a comment

Botanikals: Aromatherapy and Massage as a Cure for the TEFL Lifestyle

Jo, a friend of mine here in turkey, runs a wellness website, focusing on aromatherapy and massage:  She does some pretty cool stuff, her aims are as follows: -to increase general knowledge of aromatherapy and show how it can be … Continue reading

Posted in websites | Leave a comment

HLT Mag – May / June issue

I know it’s been keeping you awake at night but it’s finally here, the May / June issue of HLT. I am aware many of you may already be thinking about your summer holidays and perhaps you want to put … Continue reading

Posted in Teaching resources, hlt magazine, professional development, websites | Leave a comment

Interview: Sue Swift from ELT Notebook

Sue Swift has been an EFL teacher and teacher trainer for over thirty years and has lived and worked in a variety of European and Asian countries. She is the author of a number of published courses, and runs a … Continue reading

Posted in Interviews, Teacher training, blogs, websites | Leave a comment

Best Tips for TEFLers

If you’re looking for the best TEFL tips These can be found TEFL Tips. This is one of the new projects started by naturegirl321, whom you’ll be familiar with from the ELT World forums. In her own words: ‘I’ve been … Continue reading

Posted in Advice, Forums, peru, south america, websites | Leave a comment

Don’t Forget to Use Protection

New ‘protector of the TEFL faith‘ on the block it the TEFL Guardian website. The premise seems to be similar to the numerous other such sites, although it is nicely set up and is easy to navigate. If well patronised, … Continue reading

Posted in Dave's ESL Cafe, bad tefl jobs, websites | Leave a comment

Teacher Appreciation Week

In appreciation of teachers everywhere, Learning A-Z will open one of its six password-protected websites each day of Teacher Appreciation Week (not an oxymoron), May 5th – 9th, PLUS on May 12th, so teachers can download and print differentiated teaching … Continue reading

Posted in websites | Leave a comment

Finding a Web Host for your TEFL Website

Have you ever thought about starting your own TEFL website? I spent many years thinking about it and postponing my best laid plans again and again until one day I bit the bullet and got started with the ELT World … Continue reading

Posted in websites | 1 Comment

Does the World Need a TEFL Wiki?

As those of you unfortunate enough to wade through my blog posts on a farily regular basis may well know, I set up a Wiki devoted to the fine profession of TEFL awhile ago. This appears to be a growing … Continue reading

Blog Widget by LinkWithin
Posted in Teaching resources, jeremy harmer, websites, wiki | 3 Comments