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Chat GPT: Educator’s Friend or Foe?

Chat GPT: Educator’s Friend or Foe? It took only 5 days for Chat GPT3 to reach a million+ users. Predictions for its use included helping answer questions, run a business,

An Interview with John F. Faneslow

An Interview with John F. Faneslow

With Alexandra Chistyakova Interview with John F. Fanselow, professor emeritus at Teachers College, Columbia University, USA, and a faculty member of the International Teacher Education Institute (iTDi). John F. Fanselow

Marjorie Rosenberg’s Journey in EFL

Marjorie Rosenberg's Journey in EFL

by Marjorie Rosenberg When I first came to Graz to take part in a programme for opera singers in summer 1975, little did I imagine that all these years later

York – a Great Place to Study and Teach EFL

York - a Great Place to Study and Teach EFL

York, a rewarding and fascinating City in which to study and teach EFL….where size certainly doesn’t matter! By Peter Read York city, the ancient capital of England, is one of

The Dvolver Phenomenon

The Dvolver Phenomenon

By Charles McKinney, IV When I started my English-teaching career in South Korea, my Korean co-teacher discovered an interesting website from a teacher-training workshop she attended. The website is called

Marjorie Rosenberg

Marjorie Rosenberg

Marjorie Rosenberg is in conversation with Gerry Counihan about her book Spotlight on Learning Styles. Marjorie also talks about her presidency of IATEFL and what she hopes to achieve during her