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.
Spring to me doesn’t mean flowers in bloom, it means conferencing.
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.
For teachers who either must or wish to begin integrating technology in their classrooms, the fundamental question is often: Where to begin?
On writing this post, I thought of starting reflecting on m
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.
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’
I am an Indian and I would like to talk about Education or teaching in the Indian context or perspective.
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.