With school closures, teachers around the world are facing the same challenges. We can offer you a number of free online materials which will help you to work on your professional development and shift your classes into an online environment.
We can offer you a number of free online materials which will help you to work on your professional development and connect you with like-minded professionals from the comfort of your own home.
On 15 April, Dr Harry Kuchah presented the work of IATEFL and provided more information on benefits for members and non-members. He also explained different ways to engage with IATEFL and how you can use their online resources to continue your professional development.
There are more than 100 lesson plans and activities specifically designed for the primary school classroom for you to select. All our lesson plans and activities are divided by levels and you’ll find a range of topics from seasons and festivals, to ideas about using flashcards to help improve grammar.
There are more than 200 lesson plans and activities specifically designed for the secondary classroom for you to select. We also have resources in our UK culture section will that help you to teach your students about famous British authors, including Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens and Dylan Thomas.
Take a look at your teaching practices and identify areas that you'd like to work on further with our free professional development programme. The programme consists of three courses, that cover 12 different practices, that teachers should consider as they plan their professional development. Join any, or all of the courses, and start sharing your experiences with teachers from around the world.
Many teachers are finding themselves in an unfamiliar situation of having to teach their classes online, with little or no experience. That's why we've organised a series of webinars to offer guidance in key areas. All webinars are recorded, so don't worry if you miss them, you can always watch the recording in your own time.
If you'd like to find out what teachers from other countries are doing, why not join our global teacher community on Facebook? You can share your experience there and get new ideas from colleagues who are facing similar challenges.
Follow our Teaching English Facebook page and be the first to find out about the newest online activities that we are working on.
We want to build a stronger and bigger community for those of you that love learning and enjoy culture. We’re in this together!