Tag Archives: thoughts

{Benefits of CrEaTiViTy}

6 Nov

The People vs. The School System

12 Oct

I just bumped into this video called “I just sued the school system”. A video full of truth!

{A typical Teaching Day}

29 Aug

Now that we are back to work or enjoying our last days off… this is a good image to have in mind 🙂

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Native and Non-native Speaker Teacher

13 May

FANTASTIC POST BY THE “REALLYENGLISH BLOG”:

When I worked in a private language school in London, I had a colleague – let’s call her Paulina – who stayed late every evening. I would see Paulina preparing lessons and grading papers as if her life depended on it. She was always the last to leave the school and often the first to arrive […]

via Native and Non-native Speaker Teachers: Prejudice, Privilege, and a Call to Action — Reallyenglish Blog

How the Power of Interest Drives Learning

3 Apr

I would like to share this article from “Mind/Shift”. It can make us think a lot about our teaching methods.

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In recent years researchers have begun to build a science of interest, investigating what interest is, how interest develops, what makes things interesting, and how we can cultivate interest in ourselves and others. They are finding that interest can help us think more clearly, understand more deeply, and remember more accurately. Interest has the power to transform struggling performers, and to lift high achievers to a new plane.

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Thought of the day :)

16 Mar

Not many more words needed…

What do Students Remember Most About Teachers?

22 Dec

Source: What Students Remember Most About Teachers | Edutopia

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