For any that missed my Teaching House Presents session, here it is!
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
A successful day marking the beginnings of my PhD data collection!
Choosing a conference wisely - sharing my first-hand experience to choosing conferences as an Early Career Researcher or PhDer.
With my PhD study looming, a few pre-research thank-yous to those that made this possible.
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.
Making the time to be outside, be active and switch your brain off might just be the best thing for your PhD. It might also calm down that pulsing vein in your forehead...
I was spoilt rotten and taken to Paris, the "ville de l'amour", for my birthday. Here's a little travel guide/review/diary of our time.
Today the app-store is filled with note, list and to-do apps. Every blog, website or article has another 'PhD must-have' application that will 'change the way you keep your notes'. Which one is the best for what?
As a young academic and visiting lecturer, I'm often asked by students "how did you do it?" and my secrets are as follows: In fact, they're not secrets at all. I remember sitting in a pub with my mum at the end of my first year of University, saying that University doesn't really test how … Continue reading “How did you do it?”