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If you are reading this post, then the blackout has finally ended.

Just like that another year has passed and I find myself missing the deadline for festive posts not just by a day or two but having...

Throughout my teaching career, I have always enjoyed a challenge – I think every ‘career teacher’ does!

‘Gamification’ is a term that has indeed been around for a few years now. Yet, like many terms and buzzwords it seems to mean different...

"If we don't adapt we will die!"

How does blogging help you to be a better teacher?

This is just a quick post to review the classroom management webinar I did for Teaching English yesterday.

“Today, we are going to do some writing.”

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If you are reading this post, then the blackout has finally ended.

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Just like that another year has passed and I find myself missing the deadline for festive posts not just by a day or two but having...

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Throughout my teaching career, I have always enjoyed a challenge – I think every ‘career teacher’ does!

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‘Gamification’ is a term that has indeed been around for a few years now. Yet, like many terms and buzzwords it seems to mean different...

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"If we don't adapt we will die!"

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How does blogging help you to be a better teacher?

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This is just a quick post to review the classroom management webinar I did for Teaching English yesterday.

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“Today, we are going to do some writing.”

1

‘Gamification’ is a term that has indeed been around for a few years now. Yet, like many terms and buzzwords it seems to mean different...

0

"If we don't adapt we will die!"

0

If you are reading this post, then the blackout has finally ended.

0

Just like that another year has passed and I find myself missing the deadline for festive posts not just by a day or two but having...

2

Throughout my teaching career, I have always enjoyed a challenge – I think every ‘career teacher’ does!

0

“Today, we are going to do some writing.”

1

How does blogging help you to be a better teacher?

0

This is just a quick post to review the classroom management webinar I did for Teaching English yesterday.

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