Introducing EFL.Digital: Digital Assignments for 21st Century English Teachers by Paul Raine

Bio: Paul Raine (MA TEFL/TESL, University of Birmingham 2012) is an award-winning teacher, presenter, author, and developer. His books include the best-selling 50 Ways to Teach with Technology and the innovative multi-path graded reader Journey to Mars. He has also developed his own website for teachers and learners of EFL (EFL.digital). He has published numerous research…

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ALTTO presentation at Nagano JALT Zoom event.

Hi everyone, yesterday we had a successful presentation for our new ALTTO website during a Zoom event hosted by Nagano JALT. It turned out to be a very important chance for us to hear more from our users and other prominent language educators working in Japan. We will keep working on…

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Working With ALTTO by Nicholas J. Wilson

Foreward by David L. Hayter: It has been a great pleasure to have Nicholas J. Wilson (or Nick as we call him) join the ALTTO team.  His time working with our team hasn't been the longest but his impact has been immense. Since he started working with us this year, he has done a…

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Working With ALTTO by David L. Hayter

Bio: David L. Hayter is a teacher and freelance writer based out of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He first gained experience in education by working as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) in Japan from 2014-2019. Although he primarily taught junior high school, he has taught all the grades from kindergarten…

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From Sage On Stage To Guide On The Side: My Journey As An Educator In Japan by Jason Wolfe

by Jason Wolfe Bio: Designing a classroom experience centered around creativity and innovation is an exciting topic for this educator with a background in plant ecology and corpus linguistics.  Jason Wolfe, a Canadian long term Tokyo resident, has taught eikaiwa, high school, and university, and now teaches design full-time and speaks…

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