Case study: Producing international kindergarten materials on a recent project for Collins.
Oriel Square Editor Kristina Wearing talks about her career in the ELT sector, and shares her top tips for getting into ELT publishing.
With a wide variety of local contexts, increasing exam pressures, and a patchwork of British, American and other varieties of English being delivered, producing quality ELT resources poses plenty of challenges. Frances Amrani looks at how these challenges can be met by ELT publishers.
We worked with a major educational publisher to adapt and develop ELT resources for the Polish schools market, including meeting the exam requirements of the Polish Ministry of National Education.
Henry Warren is a multi-award winning innovation expert and entrepreneur specialising in education technology. He is Chairman of the South African education company Watobe, co-founder of the Turn On The Subtitles campaign, and sits on the boards of several other charities and companies – almost always around education and technology.
With mixed-ability classes and a patchwork of British, American and other varieties of English being delivered, teaching ELT in the primary classroom poses plenty of challenges. Not to mention the wide variety of contexts across the MENA region.
Charlotte al-Qadi explains why and how the publishing industry can embrace cultural contexts.