I'd like to share in this forum and would like others to share, short stories that might apply to education / teaching and that will inspire. I believe stories and a narrative are powerful, whether…Continue
Become a teacher trainer and pass on your expertiseAre you an experienced teacher of English?Have you already followed at least a CELTA or equivalent course?Have you obtained a Delta or done some post graduate work?Do you have excellent classroom teaching skills?Is your level of English at a sufficiently high level?Every teacher has the potential to train other teachers - but training teaching requires specialist…See More
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Contacting you here because I can't message on twitter (you got to friend me!). Great stuff with ELT chat and I used the page I mentioned http://eflclassroom.com/eltchat to introduce new teachers to twitter and I can also set so we can just have our own debates. so the couple online classes I have plus here, can find ELT Chat which is the quickest way I know to get a new teacher set up with websites, contacts , pln etc...
Here's the ELT Chat video(s). I did as an experiment but can do the whole thing next time. But just wanted something for any workshops. I think they work well to show twitter "in action". http://www.screenr.com/user/ddeubel I believe you can download there or if not and want to download - let me know. Great discussion and I enjoyed just reading and not typing! Sometimes best like that - been thinking a lot about arriving at some conclusions about social media and learning but it will take a while longer. I like to keep things within for a long time - like your famous Seferis.
I"m finally getting around to some greetings. Used to greet everyone but now just too darn busy around here...but that's good.
I love your blog and hope to spend some more time there. I've put it up in our member's directory so others might find you. I like the post about the Alligator. Reminded me of Marco Polo and his frustrations to categorize and describe a rhino when he saw one in Indonesia. He finally categorized it as a unicorn!
Look forward to hearing more about your teaching and teacher training...cheers,