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Delivering development

  • Episode 26

    15 MAY 2024 · In this edition we continued with a discussion of some terms relating to blended learning, in a possibly vain attempt to gain some clearer idea of what some of the terms mean and, indeed, whether they are useful or just confuse the issue.
    37m 54s
  • Episode 25

    7 NOV 2023 · Earlier this year I was interviewed by Ruth Pringle as part of her project to match learners to teachers in a very targeted way. I liked the idea, but particularly liked the way we got talking about language professionals working together and helping each other rather than competing against each other. So, I asked her to come along to our podcast so we could talk more about it.
    32m 49s
  • Episode 24

    18 AUG 2023 · Today, the plan was to look at some of the terminology around blended learning. We did a decent job on “flipped learning”, I think, but that was all we had time for! We did cover some interesting ground on the nature of blended learning as well though.
    36m 25s
  • Episode 23

    19 JUN 2023 · An episode on the difficult area of teaching listening with guest Anthony Green. This is definitely a subject we are going to follow-up on!
    28m 55s
  • Episode 22

    8 MAY 2023 · The first of a regular series of episodes revolving around blended learning to address the need to better understand some of the fundamentals of this aspect of language teaching. We start with an overview of the field.
    27m 35s
  • Episode 21

    3 MAY 2023 · A short solo episode to get back in the saddle and also to publicise my interview with Ruth Pringle.
    9m 14s
  • Episode 20

    7 NOV 2022 · A combination of family holidays, workload, building work at home and a lot of editing means that this episode recorded at the IATEFL conference in Belfast in May is only now being published in November 2022! However, it was a really interesting, wide-ranging chat with Kevin, Neil and Pete together face-to-face for the first time for a podcast recording.
    32m 43s
  • Episode 18

    20 JAN 2022 · This edition is a special interview with Rachael Roberts. It seems to me that many articles, presentations etc. I have experienced about mental health put the affected person in the position of a passive adapter to a bad situation, one that is usually caused by an external agent such as an employer. The advice is to practice, for example, mindfulness, to help cope with that bad situation. That seemed wrong to me and I was interested to hear Rachael's take on it.
    37m 1s
  • Episode 19

    29 DEC 2021 · A concluding episode for 2021 in our podcast for language professionals. Kevin and Laura talk about some potential positive effects for the industry.
    25m 43s
  • Episode 17

    30 NOV 2021 · After a bit of a break over the summer (and autumn!), we finally managed to get everyone together for the promised follow-up to our panel discussion on professional development at the IATEFL 2021 annual conference.
    43m 6s
This podcast covers all aspects of professional development for language teachers. While we are serious about what we do, we hope we do this with humour!
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