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Welcome to EFL Classroom 2.0!

I hope you'll find a great "home" for learning and teaching. I look forward to your own contribution here. By sharing and learning from one another, all our jobs get easier.

Take your time, browse around. The community is deep, wide, huge but once you get to know your way around - we think, invaluable. 

We won't spam you but - you'll receive our monthly newsletter full of new resources and access to over 120,000 resources constantly updated. 

See much of what we offer HERE.  

Happy teaching and learning, 




Get your free branded profile page with fully customizable HTML profile box, logo and more. You can set your page to public or private mode and once you've started you'll have access to all our features. Make a private or public classroom/group where you can make pages, teach and have your own mini-community.


Search our members page and connect with like-minded teachers. Join our LinkedIn group, ELT Professionals Around The World, thousands of professionals for talk and networking.  Introduce yourself to the community, post about your sites, pages and start a blog that thousands will see. In a word - CONNECT.

Share your teaching self with the world

We have the world's largest free resource library for English language teaching. But our biggest asset is YOU! Use our free tools to share yourself, your page, your ideas, content you like or don't. Upload videos, mp3s and photos - we'll make them home for you. The teaching world is much smaller and you are a vital part of it!

Keep Updated and Informed

Our monthly newsletter keeps you informed of all the latest resources and content available. Use our Top Content and The Latest feeds to stay abreast.  We offer constantly fresh information.  We also hold special online seminars and teacher training - all free!  Even post up your own event.  Also read our weeklyTeaching English magazine, constantly updated with the latest information about teaching. 


EFL Classroom 2.0 is hooked up to every major social platform you can think of, so broadcasting your news and content across Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus and the like couldn't be easier. Also, join us on Facebook or Twitter!

Find What you need

Use our Main Page google search to quickly get content on anything! Our unique community wide tag search and tag clouds offer ways to get specific categories and topical information. Click on tags throughout the community and get related content!  Of course, our handy site map has a lot of everything.




"Teaching is the art of assisting discovery. Learning is the art of assisting yourself."


Comment by Govinda Prasad Panthy on January 3, 2009 at 1:14pm
Hello, how can i get benefit from this site , without internet at school ? I wish we had computers and internet at school

Comment by Graciela on February 25, 2009 at 12:48am
Thanks for your warm welcome, and I hope I can contribute to your site as much as I can profit from it!

Comment by ddeubel on March 10, 2009 at 10:45pm
Thanks Graciela!

I used to greet each and every person personally but the last few weeks - just too busy and just too many people joining! Look forward to hearing about your own teaching life.


Comment by Diane LaGrone on March 23, 2009 at 1:19pm
To respond to the first comment...I think that the public has a false impression of the availability of computers in schools. Many schools may have adequate numbers of computers, but often the IT staff is extremely overloaded, to the point that teachers can't use computers because they don't run!

Comment by laimis on March 25, 2009 at 6:51pm
helooo.pleiz help my.gut speh englih

Comment by Manene on April 12, 2009 at 8:04pm
Hello, I´m primary school teacher, and, although the english languaje is my speciality I don´t work in it.
I like go to the cinema, thriller books, chat with friends and walk along a beach...
I´m very glad to participate and join to this nice group. I hope you can forgive me if I can´t do it frecuently, but, among other things, I have a terrible english.
See you soon.

Comment by Mahmood Sairally on April 13, 2009 at 2:32pm
I am not looking for what I can get from this network but what I can share and learn from it. As an architecte, town and urban planner I can share and learn a lot from and with others. One does learn every second of his life as it is an ongoing learning.

Comment by GUEZEI on April 16, 2009 at 2:27pm
thank you for this web page, and I want learn and speak with the native speakers in english if any one want to help me please contact me in / gseservice in the skype,by

Comment by Galina Kompantseva on May 2, 2009 at 1:58am
Thanks for your welcome, David.I`ll try to be usefull for somebody who I`ll be able to help.And I`m sure I`ll get much more from these nice people! Thanks a lot!
Comment by Victoria Bolton on July 1, 2009 at 2:12am
Hello, and thanks for this informative site. I'm a graduate student in TESOL, and look forward to learning here.

Comment by Claudia Gomez on July 25, 2009 at 7:08pm

I'm a primary and high school English teacher from Argentian. I teach English as a foreign language. I'd like to share material and to learn from this big community as well.

Comment by Yunie Yim on August 3, 2009 at 3:53am
Thank you very much for your warm welcoming message. I've learned this site from Mr. Ddeubel. I'm a new English teacher in Korea. I'm looking to learning a lot here.

Comment by Aisling Jones on August 26, 2009 at 10:53am
looking forward to availing of all the great info on the site for my first year of teaching!

Comment by jacqueline harisun on August 31, 2009 at 11:30pm
Hello, I am looking forward to completing this course. I have been teaching TESOL in Korea (EFL) for two years. I want to learn how I can successfully utilize my forty minutes a week better.

Comment by Susan Seay, PhD on September 27, 2009 at 9:17pm
I am an teacher of adult ESL students from many different countries - Mexico, Japan, Korea, Columbia, India, Iraq - are some of the countries represented in my class. I'd like for my students to correspond with students in another adult ESL class via epals email or through our class blog page.I am located in an elementary school setting, and the students I teach are all young moms with children mostly in grades Kindergarten through grade 3, although some do have older children in grades 4-12. My students need experience reading and writing in English, and a match with others they could write to, share projects with, etc. would be great! If you are interested in corresponding with us, please email me at

Comment by Elizabeth Sheppard on October 22, 2009 at 1:55am
Hello! I found this site today. I am getting ready to teach adults who are Intermediate level in ESL. I also do private tutoring in ESL. I am learning a lot online to get ready and I am sure I will learn a lot when I am teaching. I am a new teacher and I am very glad to find this class. It sounds like a great site to learn and get professional tips from veterans who have been teaching ESL all over the world.

I look forward to meeting many of you here on the site.

Comment by Tsekere Solomon on October 30, 2009 at 6:30am
Hi all. I have just recently joined. I am loooking forward to sharing learning and teaching ideas with you all.
Comment by Vu Thi Phuong Anh on November 1, 2009 at 9:43am
Hi all, I am very happy to be a member of this growing community, and hope we'll be able to help each other teach and learn English better. Cheers!

Comment by Sylvia Bobekova on November 8, 2009 at 5:53pm
Hello! I'm Bulgarian. I'm teaching students from 8 to 18 years old. Thanks to my English teacher Jane from Oxford, I joined you. I'll be very happy to find spare time to exchange our ideas. Good luck!

Comment by ddeubel on November 19, 2009 at 4:58am
Thank you all for your messages! Wonderful to know we are making a difference here - just regular teachers sharing!



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