Skip to content

Posted by Malu on April 17, 2014

He was a good player, the kind of player you could win a few games in a row with. He was a tenacious defender and he despised losing. He was…

Posted by Malu on April 8, 2014

ONE, TWO, THREE… Let’s sing with me! Using puppets to engage young learners Priscila Mateini Once upon a time, there was a teacher and a frog. They were great friends…

Posted by Malu on March 5, 2014

Abstract Is it true that writing is the most difficult skill for L2 learners? In this workshop, we will see the factors to consider when teaching writing, build on what…

Posted by Malu on March 4, 2014

DIARY OF AN IN-COMPANY BUSINESS ENGLISH TEACHER 2. What is the most important factor when choosing an English course? Last week, I went to a company to do an oral…

Posted by Malu on February 19, 2014

DIARY OF AN IN-COMPANY BUSINESS ENGLISH TEACHER 1. Who really  is an English Teacher? Last week I was asked to do an oral placement test with five students who studied…

Posted by Malu on February 12, 2014

Creating Connections Dimitris Primalis Doing the RSA course, I realized the importance of connecting, sharing experience, exchanging ideas. I often went to conventions and I attended talks. At some point,…

International Teacher Development Institute iTDi

Website developed by:: Ricardo Stancato