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Exemptions and credits to DELTA holders on related MA level courses

Save yourself some credits from your M.A. by following a DELTA course! You will benefit by getting your theoretical background, which is what M.A.’s are for, but you will also get the classroom polish and materials – syllabus design savvy which is why the DELTA is so well respected! Marisa

Is your English Good Enough to be a Teacher of English? Join our Free Online Course

 Content Knowledge & Language Mastery This blog post is about teachers of English and their own level of competence in English. I often interview teachers who wish to participate in courses such as the Cambridge DELTA or CELTA for which they have all the right attitudes and personal qualities, even the passion for teaching that would…
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Doing the CELTA: Do's and Don'ts

This short guide is by no-means comprehensive, but I do hope it is practical and to-the-point. It is based on my experience as a CELTA trainer, so one might say I have seen the course form the inside J So here goes! What is the CELTA? The Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other…
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Δωρεάν Μαθήματα Αγγλικών για Ενήλικες!

Γνωρίζετε κάποιον ενήλικα που δεν μπορεί να πληρώσει δίδακτρα για να αρχίσει ή να βελτιώσει τα Αγγλικά του; Συστήστε του να έρθει σε επαφή μαζί μας για τα δωρεάν μαθήματα που προσφέρουμε όλον τον χρόνο – ιδιαίτερα τους καλοκαιρινούς μήνες, τα μαθήματα είναι καθημερινά και εντατικά για τις ανάγκες πρακτικής διδασκαλίας των προγραμμάτων Cambridge CELTA…
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March is a busy month – Online and Offline Presentations

Online  14-16 March       Spring Blog Festival       (online on WiziQ)             Showcasing Blogs (March 14-16, 2014) Programme Highlights – you can access the programme here  Blogging to enhance reflective practice and your teaching Tips, ideas, and online projects to engage students with blogs Connecting students…
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Tagged for the last time, I hope

This is the Tag-a-Blogger Challenge going around the blogosphere! A fun chain of posts which include 11 random facts about yourself, answers to 11 questions posed by another blogger who tagged you and your 11 questions to other 11 bloggers you tag in your post. Looks like a chain letter?! Yes, but why not? It’s a fun…
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10 things you need to know about the Cambridge CELTA course

  And why it’s the best step forward in your TEFL career    “CELTA” originally stood for ‘Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults’ but was recently changed to Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. It is now a Level 5 Qualification and some Universities even offer credits in their TESOL courses…
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2013 in review

Thanks to Word press for reminding me about this blog – somewhat neglected in 2013 because of new blogging projects for my CELTA and DELTA trainees – do have a look at these new blogs please http://cambridgecelta.org/ http://cambridgedelta.wordpress.com/ And Happy New Year to All!!!!! The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for…
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Are you Ready to be an Online Teacher?

The future of teaching may well be online, despite the fact that face-to-face teaching has so many benefits. Advantages of online teaching Online teaching poses many challenges to the teacher who is comfortable and used to teaching ‘live’ but these are challenges which can be easily surmounted, as there are multiple advantages to being an…
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Presentation for BELTA – Belgian Engish Language Teachers' Association

Webinars June Webinar with Marisa Constantinides and Shaun Wilden Next in BELTA’s webinar series is a presentation by two of ELT’s professional development gurus, which will take place on 23rd of June at 1600 CET. No one knows more about how to develop as an ELT professional than Marisa Constantinides and Shaun Wilden. As moderators…
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