** Not your ordinary, endless list - just what's number 1.
I haven't done much with the #1 lists of late however I'm restarting my engine and will be updating the ebook and this post is a good blast off.…
Let’s be honest – there are days when as a teacher you are just “overwhelmed”. Maybe from too many classes in a row over too many days. Maybe because of scheduling changes. Maybe due to being ill or stressed out. It’s a fact, all teachers get tired and need a quick “go to”…Continue
Flickr is probably the best resource for this and I'd advise every teacher to learn how to access the Flickr library to get quality images. Here briefly are my favorite Flickr tools/apps for taking…Continue
I've been spending a wonderful Christmas with family and friends in Canada over the holidays. Lots of activity, birthdays along with parties and the regular Christmas meetings and greetings. It got me really thinking about life and especially the glue that keeps all life together - relationships.
In our teaching we get so zoned in, too consumed and absorbed by the particular. I mean, we are overwhelmed by minutiae and…Continue
Every year, I make a very practical, specific resolution for my teaching. Last year, it was to explore and practice the possibilities of using video in the classroom. This year, it is one big, inspiring one that I hope other teachers will join in - MAKE IT REAL.
Too often, we postpone. We dream, we plan but our resolutions just remain that - ideas. This year, I will follow the…Continue
A blog about TEFL teaching from a TEFL trainer's perspective. Why not come over and have a look. It's aimed at all TEFLers with a focus on teaching in Spain.
It was a good reminder, disturbing as it is. A reminder to me that our schools must be abandoned. They can't be fixed or repaired. They are broken and must be replaced. If I hear the…Continue