Andrew Stokes takes a look at how Study Skills Success can help students avoid plagiarism.
Andrew Stokes takes a look behind the act and suggests four reasons why your students might be plagiarising.
Running placement tests for a large cohort of new students can be time-consuming, costly and tedious. Dr Adrian Raper’s five-question framework makes it totally efficient. Test it here.
On a visit to British Council Paris, Clarity’s Andrew Stokes talked to Tanguy Perrichot on providing IELTS support to universities in France. They discussed a successful approach to guided self-access.
How important is it for students to be able to access learning materials on their smartphones? This post looks at some fascinating trends.
With pronunciation neglected in so many English courses, we look at why technology is particularly suited to building confidence in both teachers and students.
This wonderful book includes all those teaching and learning ideas you thought of over the years – but forgot to write down. Read Andrew Stokes’ review.
Road to IELTS started in 2006. Over 40m study sessions later, how do we know the program is really helping test takers get the band score they need?
Andrew Stokes presents an ingenious technique for demystifying the CEFR. The idea, devised by Sean MacDonald of telc, is to compare it to cooking.
How do you get your students started on their IELTS journey? This post outlines a successful 45-minute orientation session.