English and ICT

High quality consultancy, training, resources and advice

Teaching English? Using ICT? Our book, Teaching English Using ICT, is full of practical suggestions. 'This should become a standard text in the field of ICT in English education. But the best thing about it is that it has been written by English teachers, for English teachers.' Ian McNeilly, former Director of the National Association for the Teaching of English. Order direct from Amazon or find out more here....

Why English and ICT?

For teachers of English the most significant thing about computers is that they let us use language in a dynamic way. Find out more about what we do and learn about who we are by exploring this site.

Collapser - turn text into a sorted list

New: instantly turn any text into a sorted list! Lots of possibilities when exploring texts for literary features and language use.

Hard topics made easier

This NATE/Becta project, run by the English and ICT team, explored how creative use of ICT in the classroom can enable more effective learning. Teachers from a wide variety of schools produced 18 fascinating case studies. Read all about it here.

Sharing, not Staring
Creative ideas for interactive whiteboards in the new edition from NATE and Routledge of this practical book, edited by Trevor Millum and Chris Warren. Special price for NATE members!

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Now published
Teaching English Using ICT

A practical guide to ICT

Sharing, not Staring

Creative ideas for
interactive whiteboards