Hello Exam Seekers,
Today we are not going to give you a text on exams or methodology, but we have a text for you about something important as well, a particular date. Last Monday in Brazil we celebrated a very special day, we celebrated:
We created this blog with the idea of helping teachers all over the world to become a better version of themselves. Men and women who are already teachers and have been walking on this pathway for a long time, or people who have just started it. Either way, we are here to help.
We know that becoming a teacher must have been one of the most difficult decisions you’ve made because not everyone values the educator nowadays. Therefore, we decided that it would be nice to give our peers a hand and provide what at the time wasn’t provided for us.
We are always giving you tips on workshops and events that are happening in the ELT world and providing you information about exams and courses that would help you all to step a little further on your career. However, we know that it’s not easy to find what we sometimes are looking for exactly. You may be researching on writing tips, and you just find tips on listening, for example. Or you might be looking for information about the ICELT, and you just find data on CELTA. That’s why we open here space for comments and questions; if you find yourself looking for some specific information, just comment in the comment section below, and we will do our best to help you there.
This is a blog made by teachers for teachers (and for people interested in the ELT world, looking for information on exams and methodology); hence, our focus is on aiding people on these related subjects. If you are looking for specific information, ask us. On the other hand, if you have some info: share with us. Then everybody wins. \o/
Happy Teacher’s Day!
Have a nice week,
Patty and Eve.