The ELTchat podcast contains all the latest news from the world of English Language Teaching. Made by teachers, for teachers, it will keep you up to date with everything that is going on in ELT, concentrating on our weekly Twitter chat, #ELTchat.
Sandy Millin speaks to new #ELTchat moderator Hada Litim, Phil Longwell speaks to Kevin Stein, Adam Beale, and Adi Rajan, and Chris speaks to Mura Nava and Matthew Noble on how to react to a bad lesson.
Chris Wilson speaks to Leo Selivan in a tribute to Dave Willis.
Vicky Loras speaks to Sue Annan.
Chris speaks to Alex Grevett about English as a Lingua Franca and pronunciation.
Cecilia Lemos on oral correction – Uncut
June’s podcast introduces my new co-host, Chris Wilson, who spoke to Paul Braddock on the flipped classroom. The show also features Cecilia Lemos on oral correction, Vicky Loras talks to Wiktor Kostrzewski, and Katy Davies lists her top ten reasons for going to the IATEFL conference.
Marisa and Shaun at IATEFL Liverpool
Phil Longwell on Mindfulness – Uncut
August’s podcast features Phil Longwell on mindfulness, Vicky Loras talks to Rachael Roberts and speaks to me about the ETAS conference in Switzerland, and Chris Wilson tells us about new type of summary.
August – Part Two
This week, Vicky Loras catches up with one of our loyal chatters Lesley Cioccarelli, Tamas Lorincz speaks to Genevieve White, who tells us about how she discovered ELTchat, and Bruno is back with more interviews from the BRAZTesol conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
August – Johanna Stirling Uncut
August – Part One
August’s podcast features a round up of the month’s chats with Dina Dobrou, Johanna Stirling on spelling, and Bruno Andrade reports from the BrazlTESOL conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
June – Tony Gurr Uncut
The full, uncut interview with Tony Gurr; James Taylor interviews Tony on his views on teacher observation after an #ELTchat on this topic which Tony was unable to follow.
Our June podcast with moderator Marisa Constantinides talking about the importance of #ELTchat being shortlisted in the ELTons Awards for Innovation in Teacher Resources, as well as new the #ELTchat blogger badges for our summary writers. Sandy Millin talks about three different #ELTchats, Vicky Loras interviews one of our #ELTchatters, Naomi Epstein, and James Taylor talks to Tony Gurr about teacher observation.
March – IATEFL Special
A podcast with Sandy Millin’s IATEFL Glasgow diary, Dina Dobrou interviewing colleagues who attended the #ELTchat Symposium, and James Taylor talking to Sharon Hartle, presenter at the #ELTchat Symposium and Shaun Wilden, #ELTchat moderator talking about his thoughts and feelings after our Symposium.
Sandy Millin’s monthly Round up, Shaun Wilden on the #ELTchat Symposium at IATEFL Glasgow, Tara Benwell on the #ELTchat Blog Challenge, Bethany Cagnol on next month’s #ELTchat Blog Challenge, and Yihtza Sarwono and her love of #ELTchat !! Enjoy!
Uncut Episode 2 – Vicky Loras talks to Cherry Philipose
Round up, JALT 2011, Interview and Reflective Practice
Uncut Episode 1 #BRELTchat
A little Christmas Present from #ELTchat – our Podcasts are back!
- Fluency and Teaching Qualifications Featuring an interview with Graham Stanley, November 24 2010
- The Lindsay Clanfield Interview November 20 2010
- Traditional Approaches & Social Media Featuring an interview with Jeremy Harmer, November 15 2010
- Teaching Grammar & Culture Featuring interviews with Martin Sketchley & Beyza Yilmaz, November 10 2010
- Pronunciation & Dogme Interviews with Richard Utrich, Vicky Loras & Karenne Sylvester, October 23, 2010