Daily Archives: February 26, 2011

Week 6 – Personal Learning Environments & Networks #CCK11 #ELTchat #edchat #edreform #ukedchat #lrnchat #elearning #edtech #technology #education #esl #efl #elt #ell #Teacher #esol #TEFL #TESOL #IATEFL

Once upon a time, so the story begins, and how it ends, is yet to be revealed… For me, this week was, and is, the most important one of the whole course. It directs my reflections to my personal reason(s) … Continue reading

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Girls R Great & Boys R Bad: What R We Gonna Do? #CCK11 #ELTchat #edchat #ukedchat #edreform #education #elearning #lrnchat # esl #efl #ell #esol #TEFL #TESOL #IATEFL #elt #Teacher #edtech #technology #reading

Reading is an important skill that girls are great at. A decade of PISA statistics tell the whole world this story. The untold story, however, is that boys are not good readers. Again, the PISA test results of the past … Continue reading

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Have You Read, “Looking for Catarina?” #CCK11 #ELTchat #edchat #ukedchat #edreform #elearning #lrnchat #esl #efl #elt #ell #esol #TESOL #IATEFL #education #edtech #Teacher #technology

You have heard that boys are not good readers, haven’t you? It’s not even a secret. Everyone knows it. World wide. It’s a planetary puzzle. I’ve got the solution to the “Girls read Great and Boys read Bad” problem. The … Continue reading

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An Imagined Interview with Myself: About Poem 1 (Let It Be) #ELTchat #CCK11 #esl #efl #elt #esol #ell #education #edreform #edtech #elearning #lrnchat #ukedchat #TESOL #IATEFL #Teacher #technology

Last year, my students had a unique opportunity. They interviewed a famous musician and composer. When asked about the message in the music, the composer answered: “I never tell anyone what my music means. If I tell you what to … Continue reading

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