The Three C’s and the Four P’s.

      NinaMK's picture

      The end of March is traditionally the school spring break week in Russia, for pupils. Teachers have meetings, reports, reviews, school contests, and lesson plans writing, to name but a few.

      7 things about reflecting on conference presentations

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      Spring to me doesn’t mean flowers in bloom, it means conferencing.

      Classroom management begins outside the classroom.

      carl hibbs's picture

      With some groups I start the lesson in the corridor.

      I don't let them into the classroom until they have individually answered a simple question.

      Ana Cristina Pratas - Six Degrees of Integration

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      For teachers who either must or wish to begin integrating technology in their classrooms, the fundamental question is often: Where to begin?

      Chrysa Papalazarou - Large, multi-level classes: worlds within worlds

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      On writing this post, I thought of starting reflecting on m

      James Taylor - Attending conferences

      James Taylor's picture

      I’ll admit it, I absolutely love conferences. I’ll go to great expense and effort, and give up a lot of my time to go to one.

      Innovation in Education - Learning Technologies

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      The very first really innovative technology introduced into any classroom at a foreign language lesson since times immemorial is simple: we teachers speak a foreign language instead of the pupils’

      Technology or Chalk and Talk in the Classroom

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      I am an Indian and I would like to talk about Education or teaching in the Indian context or perspective.


      The learner - digital literacies.

      NinaMK's picture

      When I clicked to check a modern definition of “digital literacy”, what I got was an entry called “computer literacy”. Close but no cigar, as they say.

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