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Online Course Management System - FREE. Would you use it?

Started by ddeubel in Teaching and Methodology. Last reply by Mitchell Lee Feb 12. 7 Replies

I'd like to know how many teachers would use a completely free course management system , if offered here? Meaning, you can create a course there,…Continue

Tags: atutor, technology, online, ecourses, elearning


Started by ddeubel in Websites / links / access to new resources / communities.. Last reply by Nadeem Nawaz Jul 16, 2019. 102 Replies

We are now in our 3rd edition of "Site of the Day"! Hundreds of the best sites for teaching/learning. See #1 and…Continue

Tags: collection, list, web 2.0, resources, websites

ABCs - Alphabet Resources or Ideas?

Started by NEWS NOW in Teaching and Methodology. Last reply by Amelia Meirizka Jun 20, 2019. 73 Replies

I guess the alphabet is our bread and butter.Got any good ideas for teaching it or using it…Continue

Tags: children, abc, kids, phonics, reading

Learning Designs

Started by Elise in Teaching and Methodology Mar 27, 2019. 0 Replies

I was wondering what you all thought of learning designs pertaining to English language teaching? What are the ways in which you design your lessons to achieve better learning in your students?Continue


January 2009 Blog Posts (25)

9th EFL / ESL / ELL Blog Carnival is Published!

I've finished the blog carnival. Many fine entries from all over the blogosphere! Go here to read them all - necessary reading for any serious teacher. Enjoy and please take the time to contribute to the voicethread and comment on one or more blog entries....

Enjoy, thanks,… Continue

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and the pursuit of happiness...

The Inauguration. At Last.…

HALLELUJAH. The angels are singing on this glorious day. - By Maira Kalman - The Inauguration. At Last.

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Great Classroom Tool!!!!!!!!! is a great classroom learning tool for students trying to see the relevancy of present and past events throughout America's history. The easy editing tools provided on the site make creating videos a simple, fun, and educational experience. Students can take the various old and new videos on our site and mix them together to create their original takes on history. Membership is free and takes less than a minute! So come join us, we'd… Continue

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teaching in korea

i just had a great interview with manager of a school in south korea, a few minutes later the recruiter emailed me and said that she was pleased with the interview but wants to know if i went to high school in us? that is a visa requirement. can anyone confirm this?


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My New Favorite Online Drawing Program

My new favorite online drawing program!

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There is some method to my madness here- the above image will take you to the actual web page. What follows below is my experiment with embedding swf or dcr files, but the "undo" button is cut off from use...…


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Bright Light In China

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IN Praise of Slowness...

If there is one piece of valuable advice that could fit almost ALL teachers - it would be to "S L O W D O W N!"

One area of course is in terms of speaking speed. Teachers need to let students process language and really suck the communicative juice out of words. They need CI along with their O2! Comprehensible Input in the form of being able to follow the speaker and let the gears of their LAD (Language Acquisition Device) grind them bones… Continue

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Reconnaissance des diplômes des écoles supérieures privées par le CAMES

A la rentrée académique 2007-2008 au Burkina Faso, une cérémonie officielle a eu lieu à Ouagadougou dans la salle de conférence du CBC; elle avait pour but la célébration de la reconnaissance par le CAMES des diplômes de fin de cycle BTS et licences des écoles supérieures privées. Cette cérémonie fut parrainée en personne par son excellence Monsieur le Ministre de l’enseignement secondaire supérieur et de la recherche scientifique.…


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Le coût d'accès Internet en Afrique

Internet, le réseau des réseaux est un réseau mondial qui fournit plusieurs services tels que:

Le web,

La méssagerie,

Les recherches.

En Afrique, on peut dire qu'on a une certaine chance d'utiliser les dernières technologies, bien que cela apparaisse absurde. Une concurrence farouche entre Fournisseurs publiques et privés occasionne l'offre des dernières technologies. Néanmoins les coûts d'accès restent élevés compte tenu des facteurs… Continue

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La place des TIC dans le secteur d'éducation en Afrique

En Afrique, l’enseignement supérieur a apporté une formation importante des ressources humaines requises, un atout majeur au système éducatif et à la fonction publique. Au Burkina Faso, on décompte plus de quatre(4) Universités publiques et plus de quinze (15) écoles supérieures Privées.

Sur le continent, il existe plusieurs projets académiques tels que :

- L’Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF); qui a implanté l’Université… Continue

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The 9th EFL / ESL / ELL Blog Carnival!

It's that time again!! Blog time. We are hosting the 9th Blog Carnival and need your entry!

Let's share our blogging, we have a lot of members with fine blogs here and in their own nest. So please send a blog entry in about your teaching and thoughts thereof. See… Continue

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Exam 2.0 - Make Exam Online and Get Results Automatically

Now that the New Year’s Day hangovers are a thing of the past, it’s time to trade in the warm sofa for cold, hard desks as the spring semester approaches. As technology is developing so fast last year, Web 2.0, E-Learning, Mobile Learning and collaborative learning are changing the way we live, learn and teach. As a teacher in 21st century, how do you take the new technology to your classroom becomes a popular problem, especially for the non-technical teachers.…


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it is an ordinary day but it seems unsual

Everyone has his day,even a dog.Maybe it is true but why i think that we live in a world that i mean nothing to this world?

Not everyone can become Churchill or Obama,neither everyone can become Hitler or some monster.We are nothing and life means nothing.

This morning you can get up, you can eat your breakfast. You can sing, dance and surfur on the internet to meet strangers even a programme robot to talk to you.But i am lonely/

If i die, who will cry for… Continue

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Palestinian Wall Art along the Israel/ West Bank Security Barrier

The Israeli West-Bank barrier is an 8 meters high concrete wall being constructed by Israel, mainly within the West Bank (Palestine). Most Israelis agree that the wall has improved their security; where the wall has been completed, there has been a drastic reduction in suicide bombings.

For… Continue

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The Top 5 Worst Habits of EFL Teachers in the Classroom

I just spent a long day watching over 30 demo lessons of aspiring English teachers. As I was evaluating, I kept thinking of a list I've had stashed away for writing up an article one rainy day.....the teaching skills that new teachers need to develop / enact from Day 1. These essential skills have been researched and form "good teaching" practice. You can get away without doing them but you'd have to be a master teacher. Even many experienced… Continue

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Palestinian Contemporary Artists: Dina Matar & Rana Bishara

The Lover

Her eyes and the tattoo on her hands are Palestinian,

Her name, Palestinian,

Her dreams and sorrow, Palestinian,

Her kerchief, her feet and body, Palestinian,

Her words and her silence, Palestinian,

Her voice, Palestinian,

Her birth and her death, Palestinian.

-Mahmoud Darwish

Born in 1985, Dina Matar is a Gazan artist living in the Bureji refugee camp . She received her degree in Educational Art from Al Aqsa… Continue

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One more Horrah! for Voicethread.

I"ve blogged a few times previously about all the wonderful things you can find on voicethread and all the wonderful ways you can use it. It is an essential web 2.0 tool for a digital teacher/classroom.....

I won't write much here other than to toot my own horn. I've made quite a few really unique voicethreads for language learners and I'm so happy so many have used…

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The 9th EFL / ESL / ELL Blog Carnival...

It's that time again!! Blog time. We are hosting the 9th Blog Carnival and need your entry!

Let's share our blogging, we have a lot of members with fine blogs here and in their own nest. So please send a blog entry in about your teaching and thoughts thereof. See… Continue

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The Origins of EFL Classroom 2.0

This week I was asked a few time about how EFL Classroom 2.0 got started. So I thought it might be something many new members would be interested to hear about. It would also give me an opportunity to "pound the pulpit" about what I find quite disturbing in our "people oriented" industry, TEFL.

In the beginning (couldn't resist :)), EFL Classroom was… Continue

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