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Challenges in ELT

Welcome to Challenges in ELT. In this series of articles, teachers from around the world tackle the current and pressing issues in English language teaching.


Inside Challenges in ELT

  • Challenges in ELT: The non-native issue

    Author: Karin Krummenacher Type: Article

    Oxford TEFL Prague teacher trainer Karin Krummenacher tackles ‘Goliath’ - the issue of discrimination against non-native teachers in the ELT profession.

  • Challenges in ELT: Teacher training communities

    Author: Emma Pratt Type: Article

    Emma Pratt, co-founder of ELTCampus, discusses the issues involved in building successful teacher training communities.

  • Challenges in ELT: Women in ELT

    Author: Nicola Prentis Type: Article

    Freelance writer, educator and schools consultant Nicola Prentis asks, ‘Where are all the women in ELT?’

  • Challenges in ELT: Career paths

    Author: Vittorio Pelosi Type: Article

    ELT teacher Vittorio Pelosi looks at career paths in ELT and examines what teachers can do to boost their job prospects.

  • Challenges in ELT: English as a Lingua Franca

    Author: Katy Simpson Type: Article

    DELTA-qualified teacher and materials writer Katy Simpson takes a closer look at English as a Lingua Franca.

  • Challenges in ELT: Teaching online

    Author: Cecilia Nobre Type: Article

    Experienced teacher and blogger Cecilia Nobre shares her experiences and top tips for successfully teaching online.

  • Challenges in ELT: Teaching students with Specific Learning Difficulties

    Author: Varinder Unlu Type: Article

    Varinder Unlu, Academic Director at Bloomsbury International and Coordinator for IATEFL IP & SEN Special Interest Group, offers some insights and advice into teaching students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD).

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