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Nik Peachey
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Learning technology consultant, writer, trainer
Learning technology consultant, writer, trainer

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Which ELT blogs do you read?
I'm carrying out some quick research to find out which ELT blogs teachers are reading these days. Many of the ones I used to consult seem to have died and I'm interested to see who is still blogging and if there is a new generation of ELT bloggers emerging....

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http://tinyletter.com/technogogy/letters/nik-peachey-s-educational-technology-elt-newsletter-31st-jan-2017

My latest Edtech & ELT Newsletter
This one includes the usual collection of links to free tools and apps with lots of really useful new apps for developing writing and peer evaluation and feedback. I also have a link to download a free lesson plan at the end of the newsletter, another entry in the new games for learning section, lots of links to really interesting articles from around the internet:

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All my books and materials available on the iBook Store
https://itunes.apple.com/author/nik-peachey/id1025276573?mt=13

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A blog post about my new book and the chance to download the first two chapters for free.

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Digital Tools for Teachers
Over the last few months I have been working on a new book project and finally have it completed. The new book is Digital Tools for Teachers . This book has been written and designed primarily with English language teachers in mind though the majority of th...

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Great to see my book "Critical Thinking through Digital Media' reviewed in the Mirandanet newsletter
"This book is a practical attempt to help teachers, particularly English teachers, to understand and develop the skills students need in order to become digitally literate, critical members of society whilst at the same time developing their ability to use language effectively. Bringing Digital Literacy into the mix picks up on an area that has been neglected since the introduction of the Computing curriculum. What would be valuable for all teachers is to read the contemporary definition of critical thinking at the beginning of this book"
http://us11.campaign-archive1.com/?u=20813dfa61fc4b6eeb229f950&id=4bf605c1cc#Book%20Reviews
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