Select Page
6 romantic Readers and classroom ideas to celebrate Valentine’s Day

6 romantic Readers and classroom ideas to celebrate Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air on February 14th and there are hearts, red roses, and boxes of chocolates across the globe. We’re ready for the big day here and to get you feeling romantic, here are 6 of our favorite love stories for learners of all ages and levels. There are lots...
How does the GSE help me (and why is it better to use it?)

How does the GSE help me (and why is it better to use it?)

The Global Scale of English (GSE) has a number of relevant uses for students, teachers, institutions and government ministries alike. It was designed, primarily, to give teachers more information about what students need to learn, as well as to address the limitations...

A culture of inquiry in the primary classroom

Children are curious by nature. When conditions allow children to satisfy their curiosity through safe, self-initiated, and playful exploration, learning occurs naturally. Our goal as educators should be to help students make the leap from intuitive understanding and...
3 fun reading activities to celebrate Charles Dickens’ birthday

3 fun reading activities to celebrate Charles Dickens’ birthday

Charles Dickens was an outstanding storyteller who created some of the most incredible and beloved characters of Victorian-age Britain. Who hasn’t felt sympathy for the young orphan Oliver Twist, feared the mean, old Ebenezer Scrooge, or been surprised by the...
5 videos to explore inquiry-based learning

5 videos to explore inquiry-based learning

Have you ever had a burning question? Something you couldn’t help but know the answer to? Well, that’s exactly how young children feel – all the time! Now I Know is a 6-level course that promotes inquiry-based learning, sparking the curiosity and desire to learn that...
The art of storytelling with Anna Hasper

The art of storytelling with Anna Hasper

Storytelling is one of the oldest and most powerful ways of sharing ideas and transferring knowledge from one generation to the next. It brings people together as they sit and listen to the storyteller, hanging on their every word and enjoying the events as they...
Winners announced: 2019 Pearson English Global Teacher Award

Winners announced: 2019 Pearson English Global Teacher Award

We are extremely pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Pearson English Global Teacher Award. Celebrating the great work teachers do, this year’s award saw a record number of entries. We were truly humbled by the passion and enthusiasm you displayed. It’s clear...
What did our learners love reading in 2018?

What did our learners love reading in 2018?

2018 was a year of reading, of exciting tales of adventure, of growing up, of friendship and of reflection. Our learners, young and old, loved the classic stories, exercises and audio resources provided alongside our Graded Readers. They learned a lot of new...
Meet a Teacher Award judge: Nick Robinson

Meet a Teacher Award judge: Nick Robinson

Another year, another inspiring group of applicants for our annual Pearson English Global Teacher Award. Back in October, we announced that the competition was once again open to teachers who wanted to share their inspirational stories and compete for a chance to win...