The Teacher is an educational magazine for English teachers, students, as well as anyone interested in the culture of English-speaking countries. The magazine publishes articles on English Language Teaching Methodology, both theory and practice that can be utilized in the classroom. Additionally, it reviews books and latest TEFL trends and includes coverage of trainings and conferences.
When Frank McCourt becomes a teacher in New York, he finds himself standing in front of bored, confused, angry students. Will he fail as a teacher? Or can he use his miserable Irish childhood to help his students? This is the true story of one man’s surprising, upsetting, but sometimes very funny experiences in the classroom
This book discusses issues related to teachers’ identities and life choices when globalisation and localisation are enmeshed. It examines how competing cultural traditions and contexts acted as resources or/and constraints in framing teachers’ identities and their negotiations in the family and the work domains according to their gender positioning, their roles in the family such as husband, wife, father, mother, brother, sister, son and daughter and roles in the school such as principal, senior teacher or regular teacher.
This guide offers E nglish language teachers practical advice on using graded readers both in and out of the classroom. It has been compiled by practising teachers and teacher trainers and draws on the ideas of teachers in a wide range of countries who are teaching in different types of schools and colleges.
Being Alongside: For the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics
How do you establish a classroom culture in which students routinely conjecture and think mathematically? How do you establish a way of working with teachers, using video, in which discussion supports professional development? The present book offers answers to these questions through an in depth (enactivist) study of one exceptional teacher in one innovative mathematics department in the UK. The book reveals some striking parallels between working to support students' mathematical thinking and working to support teacher learning.