The 5 doctrines of teaching adult learners

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      So, you think teaching adults is pretty much the same as teaching any other age group? Think again, my friends!

      Great kids games to use with adult language learners (part three)

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      You've got a class of adults and they're feeling a bit tired and demotivated. Can you really use games to help improve the atmosphere?

      Great kids games to use with adult language learners (part two)

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       You've got a class of adults and it's all getting a bit serious. Here are some more activitis that put a bit of fun back into lessons.

      Those of us from the boarder states...

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      I wonder if all of my students really are digital natives.  In the classroom, I have embraced technology and the use of paperless turn in, via turnitin.com.  Some of my students cannot figure out how to use the site, which requires a simple file up-load to turn work for scoring.  I have been asked, “Won’t you take a printed version of my paper?” more times than I care to acknowledge and I am blown away by how many senior level students struggle with digital turn in.

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