Some of our favorite websites that you might like too
Paul Nation - vocabulary, reading and methodology legend (and podcast guest) Paul Nation's webpage at the University of Wellington where he is Emeritus Professor Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
Scott Thorbury’s A-Z of ELT – a “dictionary-encyclopedia of English language teaching”
Train the Teacher - Our friends in Hong Kong who also run Trinity CertTESOL courses (among other things)
Dynamite ELT - blog is for developing EFL/ESL teachers by Lindsey Clark and Kyle Dugan
TEFLology - from our podcast guests Rob, Matt & Matt "the TEFLology Podcast aims to brighten up your commute to work or evening stroll with some interesting information about current events, history, and methods and approaches in language education."
One Stop English Podcast - brings together editors, teachers and specialists to discuss issues in the world of ELT.
Masters of TESOL – “Advice from the biggest brains in the world of TESOL”
The Dongxi's - If you liked the music on our podcast, listen to more from the same band (by Ross & Jake)
Patsy Lightbown’s website - everything you wanted to know about podcast guest Patsy M. Lightbown, Distinguished Professor Emerita, Applied Linguistics, at Concordia University, Montreal
One Stop English – “database of over 9,000 high-quality resources”
British Council Teaching English – resources, teaching tools, articles, etc. for all age groups
EDMI - from our mate Mike Heath. Learn more, learn better.
Trinity College London TESOL newsletter - TESOL newsletters are aimed at English language teaching professionals and contain news and information to help support professional development from our friend and podcast guest, Ben Beaumont.
Cambridge University Press YouTube Channel – videos from “one of the world's leading publishers of English Language Teaching materials”
Macmillan Education ELT YouTube Channel – “the best of English Language Teaching from one of the world's foremost educational publishers”
British Council | EnglishAgenda – “Catch up with your professional development by watching films from recent seminars on a wide variety of teaching topics”
Ray English - “We [well, they] find you the best teaching jobs” - by our buddy Stu Allen.
academia.edu - Ross' reseach