I’m an EFL teacher with more than 20 years of experience with learners of all ages. I hold a BA degree in teaching English as a foreign language to young learners, and an MA degree in TESOL from Masaryk University in Brno, in the Czech Republic. Throughout my career, I have worked in the private as well as the state sector of education. I am currently teaching English to students aged 11 to 19 at a grammar school in the Czech Republic.
I love thought-provoking discussions on ELT topics, education and (applied) linguistics. I am passionate about social media and the plethora of possibilities they offer, and I am constantly seeking opportunities to develop professionally, especially through blogging and connecting with my personal learning network. I am very proud that some of my articles have been published elsewhere too:
Teaching is Measurable, ELT Rants, Reviews, and Reflections, July 2014
Continuous Assessment, TeachingEnglish blog, July 2015
No-prep Activities, TeachingEnglish blog, August 2015
Teaching Teenagers: a Nightmare or a Challenge? The iTDi Blog, February 2016
Go Light! The BELTA Bulletin, Issue 7, Spring 2016 (p.10)
A Perspective That Might Surprise You, The BELTA Bulletin, Issue 9 Autumn 2016 (p.13)
P.S.: I used to be on Blogger in the past, but I couldn’t resist the constant nudging from my fellow ELT bloggers to migrate to WordPress. Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy reading!