SHIFT annual conference of learning and teaching 2018

My reflection on the SHIFT annual conference of learning & teaching.


Tenselessness Workshop – University of Greenwich

I was delighted to be part of the organising committee for the¬†Tenselessness Workshop run by the Centre for Applied Research and Outreach in Language Education (CAROLE) at the beginning of this month. This workshop brought together a mass of internationally influential authors in Applied Linguistics for a 2-day event regarding Tense and Tenselessness. Day one,¬†we … Continue reading Tenselessness Workshop – University of Greenwich

Teaching House Presents

Why don't our learners process all of the linguistic input we present to them? (Well if they did, we'd all be out of a job.) "Processing Instruction" attempts to bridge the gap between the theory and teaching of a second language, with particular focus on the processing of input and how instructors can increase the amount of input processed and retained.