Ideas in Action

Ideas in Action

Methodology meets practical classroom usage with ready-to-use photocopiable materials


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  • Jason Anderson

    Jason Anderson

    Jason Anderson is a multiple award-winning author, researcher and educational consultant. He has worked in over 20 countries worldwide, supporting teachers at primary, secondary and adult levels, and has worked for British Council, UNICEF, International House and national ministries of education. Activities for Cooperative Learning is his sixth book, and provided inspiration for the Ideas in Action series, of which he is the series editor.


    Neil Anderson

    Neil Anderson

    Neil Anderson is Senior Trainer at International House Budapest, where he works as a teacher, CELTA and DELTA trainer. He began teaching in 1997 and has taught and trained in the UK, Switzerland and Hungary.


    Neil McCutcheon

    Neil McCutcheon

    Neil McCutcheon is Head of Teacher Training for CELTA and DELTA courses at The ELT Hub in Lyon and Strasbourg. He began teaching in 1991 and taught in the UK, Ghana, and Hungary before moving to France.


    Leo Selivan

    Leo Selivan

    Leo Selivan has over 15 years of experience in the ELT world. Over the years he has worked as a teacher, senior teacher, examiner, teacher trainer and materials developer. Today he is a freelance lecturer teaching both pre-service and in-service teachers. Known as Lexical Leo on social media, he has written materials and articles not just for his own blog Leoxicon, but for several well-known publications in the field of education. Activities for Alternative Assessment is his second ELT book.


    Anne Margaret Smith

    Anne Margaret Smith

    Dr Anne Margaret Smith has taught English for 30 years and is also a dyslexia specialist tutor and assessor. Through ELT well she brings together best practice from the two fields of ELT and SpLD support. She and the other authors of these activities are (or were) all committee members of the IATEFL SIG: Inclusive Practices and SEN, a group which promotes genuinely inclusive practices leading to a sense of belonging and full participation for all within the ELT community. The SIG’s remit covers a wide range of human characteristics and identities, acknowledging that they overlap in many individuals.