So happy to know that these simple ideas are being used in classrooms everywhere. That's what web 2.0 is all about.
I thought it would be great to list them all…Continue
More and more, I see a clear line between two camps of teachers. Those that view teaching as a profession, a way to make a living, what happens Mon-Fri. and between classroom walls, 8 to 4 (or chose your time) and those that view teaching as a vocation, a way of life, a 24/7, always on, way of being.
I don't think either is good or bad. They both have value and at the end of the day, help students. Plus, there is for sure, a gradient, teachers existing between the…Continue
Anita Jankovic will host the 39th ELT Blog Carnival. The theme is “Blogging With Students“. Send in your submissions before Feb. 01.
View the last carnival HERE.
You can send your entry …Continue
[originally published by Larry Ferlazzo HERE]
Last month, I posted The Best Three Sites On The Web For…Continue
I've always been fascinated by the role memory plays in language acquisition. It isn't a straight forward relationship (better memory = better fluency) however, looking at student "2nd language memory" does allow us teachers in a very crude way, to gather knowledge about student fluency.
There is a lot of research on the subject, no better place to start than…Continue