Category Archives: teacher development

  1. teacher thinking and teacher doing


    November 11, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

    Although I’m not in favor of dichotomies, and also bearing in mind that I don’t think this is going to …
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  2. Views on coursebooks


    July 29, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

    Following Dick Allwright (1981), here are two views concerning classroom activities which are predetermined by coursebook syllabi, practice of which …
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  3. Posts you might have missed (because I wrote them elsewhere)


    June 21, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

    Rather belatedly, I realized  some readers of this blog might not have come across some other blogposts I wrote from …
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  4. do we need theory? who’s generating it?


    May 29, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

    At the beginning of my talk yesterday at IATEFL LT & TD Conference in Istanbul, I asked the audience the …
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  5. 12 inspirations for a New Year’s Teacher


    January 1, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

      ONE – Don’t stick with one mindset of what is best practice without testing it often. If you’re using a …
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  6. Learner Autonomy (reloaded)


    November 17, 2011 by Willy Cardoso

    What follows in my next posts here and there are snippets of a recent Learner Autonomy workshop I put together …
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  7. Listen


    August 7, 2011 by Willy Cardoso

      I was a brilliant student in the first couple of years of primary school. However, on the third year, at …
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Events 2015

IATEFL Manchester, UK
10 April, 2014
TDSIG PCE: Challenges and Rewards
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IATEFL Manchester, UK
12 April, 2015
Talk: Initial teacher training: challenges and innovations in course design

23 March, 2015 - Kragujevac
28 March, 2015 - Belgrade
Theme: Assessment: who is it for?
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