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February 2024 - Year 26 - Issue 1

ISSN 1755-9715

News from Pavilion

Due to drastically increasing print, postage and other related costs, on the 2nd October subscription prices to Modern English Teacher will rise slightly. However, the good news is that you can beat the price rise if you subscribe this week. Digital subscriptions cost just £40 a year, the equivalent of 77p per week, and print subscriptions start from £55!

Not sure yet whether a Modern English Teacher subscription is right for you? Find out what is included when you shop MET subscriptions below, or you can enjoy the complimentary article from the latest issue under that!

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Practical steps towards teacher wellbeing 

Teacher wellbeing is a hugely important topic, and at the start of this complimentary article, Emma Gowing helps explain why. With that in mind, this article offers clear steps which could be taken to improve the way most teachers are managed and how their wellbeing could be supported.

New from Modern English Teacher

Blog – Creating a culture of welcoming mistakes

As the new term starts, what kind of learning culture do you want to establish in your classroom? How much thought do you give to it? What impact might improving the learning culture have on the learning outcomes? In this blog, Anna Hasper explores some practical ways to establish psychological safety in the classroom, and considers how it encourages learners to try out new language, whilst daring to make mistakes.

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Tagged  Publications 
  • News from Pavilion

  • Short Book Reviews
    Hania (Hanna) Kryszewska, Poland

  • The Practice of English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) around the World edited by Carol Griffiths, published by Springer