It's April, and here are some of the newest and recommended resources on our community. Members get 2 mails a month - this one with updates and our monthly full newsletter.
I am looking forward to being a part of this community and thanks for the welcome.
I need to look around the site and discover what there is on offer, it looks great so far as I can tell. I have been teaching on and off with ITutor based in Taiwan and am happy to answer any questions you might have regarding earnings, payments,schedules and such like. I am now looking to doing some teaching with First Tutor.
I also have a new website where I will offer…Continue
Poetry is in my soul (read my own, if interested HERE) and I think if used correctly, it is a powerful activity in the EFL Classroom.
In that vein, find a plethora of resources on the Poetry In The Classroom page.
It's March, and here are some of the newest and recommended resources on our community.
1. Cesar Chavez March 31st is his day and get resources to…Continue
During the last year, I've been following the KhanAcademy locomotive as it chugs on to distant fertile lands and glory. I'm a big believer of video and its revolutionary…Continue
We have a booming and lively knowledge based group of teachers - ELT Professionals on LinkedIn.
Take a look at these most recent discussions, start your own and join in!
When I first heard that Seth Godin was venturing into the realm of education with a book on schools - I cringed. He isn't a teacher, has no experience in this field and often is just "sensationalistic". He paints issues with sharp metaphors and turns of phrases but at the end after reading him - I'm often left with, "and so ...."
However, we all have an interest in education, Seth Godin…Continue
It's February, a short month but nonetheless here are some of the newest and recommended resources on our community.
Hello to all new members. We recently had a change on the community so members need to sign in / register to use the resources - thus an influx of new members! Newbies, make sure to check the overview of our community resources…Continue
Recently, I had the chance to sit into a Spanish as a foreign language class at the university that I work at. They needed volunteers to act as beginner students who were trying to learn Spanish in their teacher training program, so I volunteered. As I know very little Spanish myself, I definitely didn't need to 'act' like a beginner student. The class I attended was taught completely in Spanish, and it seemed like everyone else could understand what the teacher was saying better than…Continue
There has been a lot of talk lately about "fake news" and preparing our students to recognize it and be aware of it. In a word teaching "Media Literacy" - a subset of the larger "Digital Literacy". Our students have …Continue