Myriad Views on Creativity
The references cited in an IATEFL webinar that took place on 3 December 2016.
Enhancing Teachers' Research Engagement through Learner Corpora Analysis
A poster presentation given at the Research SIG PCE, 2014 IATEFL Conference.
Implementing Teacher Portfolios for Professional Development
A talk given at the 2014 IATEFL Conference.
Action Research in ELT
A workshop held at the LACS Seminar and the 2nd ELT Malta Conference, September 2013.
Harnessing the Power of Poetry in ELT
A workshop held at the ELTForum.sk Conference in Bratislava.
Teachers' Use of Social Media for Professional Development
A talk given at the 2013 NATE Conference.
Twitter for Teachers
This presentation is an introduction to the use of Twitter for professional development purposes.
Jungle Path Teaching? Assessing the Value of Dogme ELT
This workshop is meant to serve as an introduction to Dogme ELT. It was first conducted at the MATEFL November 2012 Seminar.
Poetry on the Glasgow Subway
A talk given at the LMCS SIG pre-conference event, 2012 IATEFL Conference in Glasgow.
Encouraging Extensive Reading: The Teacher's Role
A talk given at a symposium I convened as part of the 2012 IATEFL Conference in Glasgow.
Multicultural Poetry in ELT
A talk given at the 2012 TESOL-Spain Conference in Bilbao.
Supporting Teachers' Access to CPD
A talk given at the 2012 FIPLV World Congress in Helsinki.
The Multimodal Approach to Using Poetry in ELT
A talk given at the 2011 IATEFL Conference in Brighton.
This workshop explores a variety of innovative techniques that can be used when teaching prose, poetry and drama.
These are some of the resources that were discussed during a seminar at the 2010 NATE Conference in Hinckley, Leicestershire.
Literature as a Language Teaching Resource
This workshop focuses on how literature can be used to consolidate students' language learning.
These are some of the resources that were discussed during a workshop at the 2010 NBR Seminar in Reykjavik.
Poetry as a Language Teaching Resource
This talk presents a number of ways in which poetry can be harnessed to boost students' linguistic development.
These are some of the activities that were discussed during the workshop held at the July 2010 MATEFL Seminar.
Teaching Practical Criticism
This workshop is aimed at sixth form teachers who wish to improve their students' writing of literary criticism essays.
This course explores methods that teachers can use to enhance students' writing skills for language and literature purposes.
Let's Make Them Speak
This talk examines activities that have the potential to unleash students' oral communication.