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The TEFLology Podcast

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A Podcast about Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics / @TEFLology /

Jul 5, 2016

In this hurriedly-recorded episode of the TEFLology podcast, the three TEFLologists speculate about what effect the result of the UK leaving the EU is likely to have on the ELT industry. Matthew also spoke to Jo Gakonga from about feedback training, and her new website: 

Jun 22, 2016

In this episode we bring you an episode recorded at the 5th annual EFL Teacher Journeys Conference in Hiroshima, Japan. Matt and Rob were there to present, and managed to grab some mini-interviews with conference attendees and presenters, as well as speaking about their own presentations. In order, this episode contains...

May 25, 2016

Today we bring you an interview with Dr. Jane Spiro. Jane works at Oxford Brookes University in the UK, where she is currently a Reader in Education and TESOL within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. She is also the programme leader for the MA in Education and TESOL. She is the author of Creative Poetry...

May 11, 2016

In this episode, the TEFLologists were joined by Russ Mayne on his recent visit to Japan. Russ works at the University of Leicester where he teaches on an EAP program amongst other courses. Russ is also popularly known for his blog: Evidence Based EFL, in which he looks at language teaching through an evidence-based...

Apr 27, 2016

In this episode the TEFLologists spoke to blogger, author and presenter Sandy Millin about the recent IATEFL2016 conference that took place in Birmingham, UK earlier this month. Matthew and Rob spoke to Sandy over Skype and asked her to reflect on the conference themes, presentations that she saw, how her...