Daily Archives: November 11, 2012

Tennessee Higher Education Commission report on Fast Track Teacher Certification

State Collaborative on Reforming Education SCORE The SCORE Institute is a chance to think big about the future direction of public education in Tennessee and America. The Institute is a thoughtful series of discussions about where we’ve been and where … Continue reading

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Enseña Chile: Encuentro internacional “Teach for All” se llevará a cabo por primera vez en Chile

See on Scoop.it – Pecha Kucha & English Language Teaching Encuentro internacional Teach for All se llevará a cabo por primera vez en Latinoamérica Fuente: Enseña Chile 09 de noviembre de 2012 Chile fue el país elegido para realizar la … Continue reading

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Tiempo para perfeccionar la enseñanza: Educación de Calidad

See on Scoop.it – Unconference EdcampSantiago “Educación de Calidad” es uno de los problemas actuales que posee Chile y que pretende ser resuelto desde múltiples puntos de vistas. Una de las formas que la clase política ve como única solución … Continue reading

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The Mother Tongue in the Chilean EFL Classroom: How We Learn English: Thomas Jerome Baker: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

See on Scoop.it – Authorship “The Mother Tongue in the Chilean EFL Classroom” is told from my point of view. Yet, in a larger sense, it’s an ELT story that makes the effort to share, a moment in time, with … Continue reading

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Extending Middle Class Tax Cuts to Grow the Economy: President Obama says, “Let’s Get to Work!”

There are 53 days left to find a solution that stops taxes from going up on 140 million American families and helps us reduce our nation’s deficits in a smart and responsible way. And that’s what brought President Obama to … Continue reading

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