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ELT 2021 Excellence Awards

ELT 2021 Excellence Awards

Whether you are a Foreign Language School owner or a individual teacher in the private or state sector, do not miss the opportunity to showcase the work you have done...

To ‘Grammar or not to Grammar?’

To ‘Grammar or not to Grammar?’

No one seriously questions the need for language students to develop a good control of grammar. Those who study English as a second or foreign language in order to use...

Shakespeare's Globe: ''All the world's a stage''

Shakespeare's Globe: ''All the world's a stage''

ELA stands for Educational Leadership and Innovation and one of ELA’s innovative and pioneering actions is to bring Shakespeare alive for ELA schools and teachers. For the first time in...

THE FIRST ONLINE ANTI-BULLYING FESTIVAL IN GREECE!

THE FIRST ONLINE ANTI-BULLYING FESTIVAL IN GREECE!

   Over 1200 students attended the first Online Anti-Bullying Festival in Greece, organised by the QLS Network of Language Centres. To mark the 5th anniversary of its multi-award-winning Anti-Bullying Campaign,...

OCN EXAMS Reschedule

OCN EXAMS Reschedule

Due to the ongoing increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, and following current government-mandated quarantines, curfews, and travel restrictions, we would like to inform you that OCN will reschedule its central...

Online event on: UK Education in Greece after Brexit, 4 November 2020

Online event on: UK Education in Greece after Brexit, 4 November 2020

The event was organised by the British Council in cooperation with the British Embassy with the online participation of the UK Minister responsible for European affairs, Ms Wendy Morton, the...

News & Education

CopyCats (or the use of Copywork in language learning)

on 18 January 2021
CopyCats (or the use of Copywork in language learning)

By Maria Davou “You can’t really copy anybody and end with anything. If you copy, it means you’re working without any real feeling.” — Billie Holliday It’s been more than...

Teaching will be online for the foreseeable future

on 18 January 2021
Teaching will be online for the foreseeable future

As the COVID-19 Pandemic runs its course, many governments are implementing measures that limit the number of people congregating in public places. Such measures have disrupted the normal functioning of...

ELT 2021 Excellence Awards

on 13 January 2021
ELT 2021 Excellence Awards

Whether you are a Foreign Language School owner or a individual teacher in the private or state sector, do not miss the opportunity to showcase the work you have done...

15 Pieces of Timeless Teaching and Learning Advice

on 17 December 2020
15 Pieces of Timeless Teaching and Learning Advice

I like lists and judging by how popular they are for online articles and videos, I am not the only one. A good list helps clarify things, puts them in...

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Perspectives on Teaching

Teaching is more than teaching kids how to read and write

on 07 December 2020
Teaching is more than teaching kids how to read and write

Teaching is more than teaching kids how to read and write; It is about reaching clear to the heart of another human being and using everything you’ve got to make...

What helped me teach online

on 07 December 2020
What helped me teach online

This year, as the pandemic hit and schools shut down, I had to re-invent myself as an online EFL teacher. Here’s a list of things I did to make my...

THE SPELLING BEE GAME

on 07 December 2020
THE SPELLING BEE GAME

                            Auto spelling correction is so convenient nowadays when we type on our PCs or iPhone or...

Teaching Grammar Without Teaching Grammar

on 19 October 2020
Teaching Grammar Without Teaching Grammar

 “The past is always tense, the future perfect.” ― Zadie Smith It’s parents’ favorite worry. It’s a hot discussion topic at children’s parties. It takes pages and pages in coursebooks. It’s...

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