Andrew Stokes takes a look behind the act and suggests four reasons why your students might be plagiarising.
Out with the old and in with the new? Not quite. Katie Stokes looks at three reasons paper still belongs in your classrooms.
Elinor Stokes looks at how Active Reading can support students taking the UK’s ESOL Skills for Life qualifications — and by extension, similar tests in different countries.
Have you ever wondered about the process of publishing, or becoming an author? In this mini-series, we share three different experiences of three different types of publishing. This week, Felicity O’Dell tells us how she self-published her book 100+ Tips and Tricks for Success in Language Learning.
Have you ever wondered about the process of publishing, or becoming an author? In this mini-series, we share three different experiences in three different types of publishing. This week, Martin Moore shares tips on how to work with a large publishing house.
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.
There are two types of students – those who can study independently and those who can’t. Both need help when they arrive at university.
Charlotte Kwok speaks to a secondary school teacher about her experience using Study Skills Success – summer use, graded participation and the challenges.