Category Archives: Reflecting on Teaching

4 reasons you should become a reflexive educator

This article will explore your deep-rooted beliefs and assumptions about teaching and examine how increased reflexivity can transform your teaching practice. Continue reading

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TEFL how to record student improvement objectively

A big problem in Teaching English as a foreign language is recording/proving/stating how a student has achieved improvement in their language output in an objective manner. It is often the case that a teacher can say to a student/their students, … Continue reading

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TEFL helping students correct their fossilised errors

Fossilised errors – a mistake that a student learning a foreign language makes constantly without knowing that they are making an error in the target language. The L2 error has become a habit, so it is extremely difficult to correct … Continue reading

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