GlobalPeople - Resources for a globalising world and diverse population
Designed, developed and maintained by Warwick Applied Linguistics staff.
- Gain insights for strategic planning through our Global Education Profiler (GEP)
- Help students work more effectively together through our Working in Groups CAPsule learning tool
- Obtain key planning and development insights through our Global Professionals Profiler
- Develop Global Skills for the workplace through our blended learning GlobalPeople@Work programme
- Explore our wide range of open access resources - tools, frameworks, occasional papers and much more!
Most English teachers in the world work in low- and middle-income countries, in large classes of primary or secondary school pupils, without much material or training support, i.e. in particularly 'difficult' circumstances. The projects aim to investigate, build on and develop teachers' own abilities to address difficult circumstances, in particular via contextually appropriate forms of practitioner research – that is, research carried out by teachers and, in some cases, learners themselves.
The ViLTE (Video in Language Teacher Education) project showcases examples of good practice in use of video in language teacher education. The project aims to build a community of practice (through collection of case studies and vignettes) to share innovative and effective video and visual media use in language teacher education.
The English Language Teaching (ELT) Archive is a stand-alone, browsable historical collection of published and unpublished materials relating to the teaching of English as a foreign language and the development of applied linguistics, c.1880–c.1990. The collection now constitutes a unique resource for students, teachers, researchers and others interested in the history of ELT, and the history of language teaching and applied linguistics more broadly.
English Language Teacher Education and Development (ELTED) Journal - ISSN 1365-3741 - is an open access peer-reviewed journal for the worldwide ELT community. ELTED Journal seeks to provide a medium for the exchange of ideas and information on theoretical and applied issues pertaining to English language teacher education and development. The journal is targeted at all those involved in English language teacher education and development worldwide, for whom, at present, there are few published journals dealing specifically with these areas.