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This course is designed to help participants develop a working understanding of successful online teaching pedagogies.
Check out highlights from the sixth MeetELT, where English language teachers shared practical ways to get students writing.
Teachers and academic managers from three different colleges share how they started a Community of Practice, what works well and ideas for future development.
The Hawthorn-Melbourne ELICOS team share how they ran their latest PD day, with some teaching-focussed sessions on pragmatics and giving feedback on writing.
Growing numbers of Australian English Language Teachers engage with the AusELT community. Why does it succeed where others have failed?
Kate Hudson has worked magic on pulling interesting stories out of compliance matters. She shares insights into how to write about work in an engaging way.
Looking to make your online class space more lively and engaging? Explore Professional Development, time-savers and new Moodle features.
Navitas English teachers share five practical activities to build confidence and collaboration in the academic writing process.
How much do you talk in class as the teacher or tutor? What is the ratio of teacher talk to student talk? Are these questions even important to ask?
The new English Australia CPD Framework is here! This summary covers some key info, including why and how it was developed, and ideas about how to use the Framework.
Since 2011, we’ve taken regular ‘dips’ to explore teachers’ usage and attitudes towards technology at Navitas. Watch this recording for a tour of the 2014 findings.
In this 5-minute overview, hear from teacher trainer Meredith Lade about a technique called ‘reading circles’ and grab some quick ideas for using it in your own learning and teaching context.