Reflective Practice in English Language Teaching

I recently contributed to a couple of chapters in Steve Mann and Steve Walsh’s new book, Reflective Practice in English Language Teaching. I was very flattered to be a part of it, as it’s a great book with some incredibly useful insights. Highly recommended reading for teachers who value and are passionate about their professional development. My contribution includes some writing about different types of mind mapping and an interview with ELT materials and media lecturer Paul Slater, in which we discuss the ways in which mind maps offer a fluidity for reflection that is often more dynamic than in linear text.
You can find the book here. Happy reading; happy reflection!

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