Posts Tagged "language teaching"
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Posts tagged "language teaching"
This post was written by course tutor Neil McMillan and originally published on learn.SLB. The latest iteration of our course can be found here. At SLB we’re very much looking forward to March 2019 and the first run of our […]
Teaching 1-to-1 English online: challenges, opportunities and some practical advice for getting started 12.00 (CET) Saturday 26th May The accessibility, individuality and flexibility of online platforms is pulling more and more language learners away from traditional settings. But what does […]
The year has already passed for some of the world as I’m typing this, so before the bells toll for us, and we down our grapes, cava, whiskey, or whatever, we’ve just about got time to squeeze out a quick […]
SLB member Alan Ritchie shares his thoughts on why he decided to join. Why I joined and co-founded a Cooperative for teachers & translators in Barcelona For me it all started out of frustration with certain aspects of working as […]
Not so long ago, some like-minded souls asked whether international membership of our cooperative was possible, or whether there were any other ways to support what we do. So we put the idea to our socios, had our usual discussion […]
As a preview of our next teacher-training session, a training clinic with Geoff Jordan on the 21st of February, it was about time we had a look back to our last workshop – and indeed our first publicly held SLB […]
Alan Ritchie is an English teacher, trainer, and translator based in Barcelona, Catalonia. Alan has been living in Barcelona since he qualified as an English teacher in 2006 with the Trinity Certificate in TESOL, and 5 years later the Cambridge Diploma in […]
SLB is proud to present its first open teacher-training session on November 29th in Barcelona. The focus of this practical workshop will be: When is it?Saturday November 29th, 2014, 1100-1300 What’s it all about? Teaching lexically, or focusing […]
The answer to the question “Who’d be a freelance teacher?” will vary greatly according to your geographical location. In France, the answer might be “Quite a lot of people”. Of course there are pitfalls, but for many French workers freelancing makes […]
Break out the cava! This is Serveis Lingüístics de Barcelona’s blog, and we are all shiny and new. As the Catalan name suggests, we are a Barcelona based business, but we’re not just any old business—we’re a services cooperative. That […]