Teaching Advanced Grammar: Dealing with Imposter Syndrome

The vast majority of teachers at some stage in their career experience ‘imposter syndrome’, the feeling of being unequipped to deliver what learners need, and frequently this happens in the context of teaching advanced level grammar.  Follow this link to the Cambridge University Press World of Better Learning website to read my post  exploring why it’s okay to not know the answer, why it can be a positive thing for learners, and how to deal with those moments in the classroom when we have to admit that we don’t know.

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