Daily Archives: September 26, 2012

Why American Students Can’t Write: Response From A Teacher in Chile

Why American Students Can’t Write Source: The Atlantic In “The Writing Revolution,” Peg Tyre traces the problems at one troubled New York high school to a simple fact: The students couldn’t write coherent sentences. In 2009 New Dorp High made … Continue reading

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Spelling Bee Regional Final: Mañana es la Final Regional de Spelling Bee y Public Speaking en Región Metropolitana

The Spelling Bee @profesortbaker Mañana es la final Regional de Spelling Beey Public Speaking en Reg. Metropolitana. — Rosa Paola Alarcón (@RositaPaola) September 25, 2012 The Spelling Bee competition is an initiative of the English Opens Doors Program especially devoted … Continue reading

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Why I Love Teaching (by John Spencer)

Why I Love Teaching by John Spencer I often try and justify my job with words like “life-long learners” and “critical thinking.” It’s true, the meaning, the purpose, the vitality of education is a part of what drives my passion. … Continue reading

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