I started blogging in 2010 when I was introduced to the idea through the MA course I was studying at the time. Since then, it has become a major part of my personal professional development –indeed, I even based my MA dissertation on the topic of how language teachers use their blogs to engage in reflection – and that is what I wish to summarise in this post (granted, condensing almost 20,000 words of research into less than 1,000 will be tough but I can be succinct :)

I started blogging in 2010 when I was introduced to the idea through the MA course I was studying at the time. Since then, it has become a major part of my personal professional development –indeed, I even based my MA dissertation on the topic of how language teachers use their blogs to engage in reflection – and that is what I wish to summarise in this post (granted, condensing almost 20,000 words of research into less than 1,000 will be tough but I can be succinct :)

Reflections of a Teacher and Learner: #IATEFL 2014 – Blogging and Social Media for CPD

Having looked at Mykhailo Noshchenko's session on game-based learning last week, here is my second online report for IATEFL Online , this time looking at Karenne Sylvester's session about.

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Looking back, moving forward In the summer of I had one of my first articles published in the TDSIG Newsletter and it was a summa.

It has helped me become more aware of my students and what they respond well to and it has helped me become more aware of the beliefs and ideals that underpin the way I approach my work.It has also helped me develop when few other options are available. Until recently, I worked in Gabon, where there was no chance to attend workshops or conferences, no outside experts visiting the school, and only a small team of language teachers to work with. Introspective reflection and engaging with…

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Ahead of speaking at this year's IATEFL Conference as the Diana Eastment Scholarship winner, the good folks at LTSIG asked me to make a shor.


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