Teacher Support Page

 


 

Whether you are a member of a well organized team of teachers or a lone teacher with a few students, access to materials, resources and professional development opportunities is important for becoming the best teacher you can be. Check out what we have to offer here.

 

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Scroll down to check out the teacher support sections:

>Teaching materials

>YouTube video playlists

>Recommended apps for learning English

>Curated EFL teaching and industry-related articles

>Professional development resources

 


 

Teaching Materials

Rainbow Bridges EFL Materials

For more free online resources including free games and more, please see our student support section.

 


 

YouTube playlists

Visit our store page dedicated to hosting our YouTube EFL video playlists. Our goal in creating these playlists is to gather some of the best YouTube videos made for EFL learners there are into one place. Teachers can then point their students to the videos, and even create a systematic video watching component to their curriculums for students to supplement their studies with fun, level-appropriate content outside of class time.

This is just one of hundreds of curated EFL videos - Check out more here >

 


 

Recommended Apps

Check out our complete list of recommended English learning apps for iPhone and Android devices.

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Curated EFL teaching and industry-related topics

Stay on top of the quickly evolving world of education and EFL with these Scoop It topics. The information out there is amazing and plentiful, and we've tried to bring it to you in one easy to manage place. Enjoy.


EFL Student-Centered Teaching


Creativity in English Language Teaching (EFL)


EFL School Owners and Managers

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Professional development resources

 

Language Teaching Professionals

The largest EFL-related organization on Facebook - check out their page for loads of great information and more professional EFL-specific help.

Facebook page

Home page

 

For those in Japan:

 

ETJ (English Teachers in Japan)

National group

Fukuoka Chapter

 

JALT (Japan Association of Language Teaching)

National group

Fukuoka Chapter

 


 

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