1. My British Council colleague in Lima, Ralph Grayson, is looking for a consultant to develop resource packs to accompany recordings of the plenary sessions from the recent BBELT conference. More details here https://pe.live.solas.britishcouncil.digital/sites/default/files/280322_tor_new_ways_of_teaching_academic_consultant.pdf
Nothing ventured, nothing gained?
2. Another colleague from The Americas, Graham Stanley, had an interesting conversation with Emma Rodgers of Little Bridge https://www.littlebridge.com/ about Educational Technology and Children on his Teachers Talk Radio show on Tuesday https://teacherstalkradio.podbean.com/e/the-morning-break-with-graham-stanley-05-04-22-educational-technology-and-children/
3. I can’t make the link to the PDF of this article, Mapping the emergence of a gender gap in English in Rwandan primary and secondary schools, by Alphonse Uworwabayeho, Lizzi O. Milligan and Harry Kuchah Kuchah work http://www.iier.org.au/iier31/uworwabayeho-abs.html Harry could, though – PDF below!
4. The April issue of HLT has just arrived, with its usual rich range of articles https://www.hltmag.co.uk/apr22/ including the first mention of suggestopedia for many a long year (that I’ve heard, at least) https://www.hltmag.co.uk/apr22/effect-of-suggestopedia-method
PDF of the contents of this issue below.
5. And, finally, a lively podcast from PoliticsHome, How damaged is Boris Johnson’s reputation? https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-rundown-how-damaged-is-boris-johnsons-reputation/id1205139782?i=1000556611957
Even Teflon wears out over time, doesn’t it?