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
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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,