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The potential of smart devices in the EFL classroom

22 August 2016

Thomas Healy is one of the authors of Smart Choice as well as an Assistant Professor in the Intensive English Program at the Pratt Institute, New...

Easy, motivating and meaningful ways of using digital tech in the classroom

17 August 2016

James Styring taught English and Spanish to students of all ages and levels. He also ran teacher-training sessions and was an oral examiner for the...

IELTS Speaking Practice: Part 3 – What’s the word?

21 July 2016

Louis Rogers is a freelance author and senior academic tutor at the University of Reading. He has worked in a number of countries and taught in...

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Reading Skills for the Selfie Generation

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How to use mobile technology in class

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