Pavilion ELT blog from Gerhard Erasmus
Finding your ‘why’
There are many heartwarming and motivational stories about the effects teachers can have on their learners. But, what happens if you don’t have a special story to tell? What effect can you have then? Read on to find out how you are still making a massive difference, and in doing so, how you can find your ‘why.’
Where to start when there is so much information
Professional development is a key aspect of teacher learning, but with the vast number of online resources, articles, books, blogs, magazines, webinars, and courses; it is almost impossible to know where to start and how to continue without being overwhelmed. So, how can you structure your learning to overcome this? Read on to find out.
When quitters win
Help! I’m a new manager
Reflections on IATEFL 2023
Teacher trainer frustrations: trainees swerving pronunciation teaching!
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.