IH Journal of Education and Development

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This month's blog post picks up on the #MyTEFLStory campaign earlier this year where we encouraged TEFL professionals to share their career stories with us. Here Diana England, DOS at IH Torres Vedras, shares her TEFL story which has taken her around the globe. Keep an eye out for the 40th anniversary edition of the IH ...

BELCHATOW POLAND - MAY 02 2013: Modern white keyboard with colored social network buttons.

Thanks to Anthony Ash for this month's blog contribution: We’ve all heard of Facebook and its nickname “the social network.” It’s an understatement to say that Facebook has become a ubiquitous force to be reckoned with not only in the online world but also the face-to-face world. We’re shocked when a person doesn’t have a Facebook ...

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Thank you to Yvonne Dagan for this month's IH Journal blog post on job hunting in the TEFL market, a topic which will be continued in the upcoming summer edition of the IH Journal... Job Awareness, Apply Responsibly Part 1 People often ask me where I am going to work next and are enchanted when I say ...

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What do oven gloves, life-size cardboard advertisements, aliens and puppets have in common? This month, Alex Zagorac of BKC-IH Moscow looks at how using what was at hand in the classroom changed the way his young learners and adults alike interacted and engaged with an activity. Puppets in ELT – The Ace up Your Sleeve Puppets ...

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This month's blog post is by Anthony Ash - many thanks for his contribution. Flipping the Lesson in ELT Flipped Learning is a lesson framework whose goal, as its name suggests, is to flip or invert the traditional lesson procedure. It has been growing in popularity over the last decade not only in general education but also in English Language Teaching. What started ...

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This month's blog post comes from Glenn Standish, DOS at IH Toruń. Thank you Glenn! Postcards From IH: Motivating Teenagers to Write It’s mid-term in a long, tiring but productive academic year. You’ve just finished writing the endless stream of reports, the parents meetings are planned and you as a teacher are starting to feel rather burnt ...

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The next edition of the IH Journal comes this month and we are excited to have a special issue with a focus on writing materials and working for a publisher, as well as the usual mix of discussion and useful classroom ideas. To whet your appetite before then, we asked Kirsten Holt from from Teacher Professional ...

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21/10/2015 Welcome to the first ‘real’ post on the new IH Journal Blog! To celebrate the release of the October Edition of the IH Journal, we’re also giving away a free lesson plan with the blog. The lesson is all about a man called Crazy Ed and focuses on the past simple affirmative. It was written ...

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25/08/2015 We’re starting the blog to keep the conversation going between editions of the journal and to keep those interested updated on relevant events in the IH network. As school years start for many, this is also a time of new beginnings for the journal as we continue to come out of hibernation following the extended ...