Pavilion ELT blog from Gerhard Erasmus
Teacher life cycles – How to stay motivated
Have you given much thought to your future? Have you ideas of where and how you’ll be working? While there will always be the teachers who want to move from teaching into management, writing, or training, possibly even publishing… what about those who are happy teaching? This post is for those teachers – helping them (you) stay motivated and hungry for success.
Rethinking sick leave?
The deaf frog – an eye-opening story
Managing what you can: Emotions
Extensive reading and exam classes
Making pronunciation a physical ability
Problem solving from another point of view
So many training courses to choose from … Where do I start?
Exploring songs for language and creativity
Making pronunciation fun and engaging
Digital marketing and language schools
Marketing is key for brand awareness and attracting customers, and the growth of social media and the internet has increased the need for successful organisations to engage with digital marketing. But how can language schools, of any size, get started? In this blog, Gerhard Erasmus provides an introduction to digital marketing for language schools.
Practice makes perfect only if you do it right
Pronunciation and writing lessons
Dealing with regrets
The end of the year is always a time to look back and reflect. Much of it will always be positive, but inevitably there may also be regrets. Whether personal or professional, regrets can cause lots of negative emotions and hold us back from reaching our full potential. So, how can we deal with regret better?