Daily Archives: January 8, 2012

#Edcamp Santiago: The “Open English” Phenomenon (Fluency Guaranteed)

Edcamp Santiago This book tells the story of EdCamp Santiago. EdCamp is a R(E)volution in professional develoment. It is free, participant-driven, conversation-based, democratic PD for teachers, by teachers. There are no plenaries, no publishers book displays, just teachers talking to … Continue reading

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Musings about Adele: The Making of A Millionaire

It’s Sunday, and well, I’m musing, wondering, in the moment… Adele’s great song, Rolling In The Deep, has been seen 206319792 times on YouTube. Let me repeat that in words. Two Hundred Six Million, Three Hundred Nineteen Thousand, Seven Hundred … Continue reading

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Conversations Collected and Shared: An #Edcamp Santiago Voice Thread

Hey Teachers, We’ve found another great webtool for you to use in the classroom… VoiceThread allows group conversations to be collected and shared in one place, from anywhere in the world. There are TONS of ways to use this tool … Continue reading

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La importancia del vínculo familia escuela

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The PIE essay

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English Language and Literature for the IB Diploma

This video offers a brief though thorough introduction to English Language and Literature course for the IB Diploma Programme.

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Sarah Lipperts: IB Diploma Program Graduate

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Joycelyn Cudjo, Immigrant from Ghana and IB Diploma Recipient

Joycelyn Cudjo heard about the IB Program in her high school ESL class shortly after moving to the US from Ghana. She graduated with an IB Diploma from LD Bell High School in 2005. – video by Carolyn Marcantel, HEB … Continue reading

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IB English

English – High Level or Standard? Three higher subjects – read a few extra books, rather than revising a lot for Math higher. Reading more books – English Higher… Keep the options open, so English is a broa option…

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I.B. Mathematics

Standard Math or Higher Level Math? Hear the influencers on the student’s choice…

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