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There is a lively ongoing debate in the field of second language acquisition as to whether (i) a “sensitive” period of bilingual language development really exists, and, if it does, (ii) what are its age boundaries (Flege, Yeni-Komshian and Liu, … Continue reading

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Reverbnation & 2013 Catalog of Books by Thomas Jerome Baker

Reverbnation is a pretty cool site. I like the idea that I can add photos of my book covers, my video booktrailers, and my blog posts. It’s a place where I can bring together a lot of material to share … Continue reading

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How To Review A Book You Don’t Like: Top Ten Tips For First-Time Book Reviewers ( A Case Study)

The purpose of this piece, the reason why I’m writing, is to try to be helpful for people who are writing their first book review, and they did not like the book they are reviewing! I will present a case … Continue reading

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#MOOC: You Are Now A Courserian: Welcome to Coursera!

Hi Thomas Jerome Baker, Welcome to Coursera! You’ve just joined a community of hundreds of thousands of students who are taking courses, and changing the face of higher education. At Coursera, you can take courses from the top universities, for … Continue reading

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Breast is Best: How Long is Too Long?

Amazon Author Page: Thomas Jerome Baker My Dear Friend: Welcome to Chile Yes, I admit both the title and the subtitle: “Breast is Best: How Long is Too Long”, are both a bit cheeky. Did I say, “cheeky”? I seem … Continue reading

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Congratulations Thomas! You’ve successfully published “Connectivism for EFL Teachers” on the Kindle Store!

Hi Thomas, Hello from Amazon KDP! The book “Connectivism for EFL Teachers: A Theory of Learning For A Digital Age” you recently submitted to KDP and enrolled in KDP Select has been published to the Kindle Store and is already … Continue reading

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Back To The Future: Progressive Education in the 1940’s

“The world is moving at a tremendous rate. Noone knows where. We must prepare our children, not for the world of the past, not for our world, but for their world, the world of the future.” ~John Dewey (seen saying … Continue reading

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Global Networks and Geo-Diversity:Re-Presenting My Professional Learning Networks (#CCK11)

Geo-Diversity. A geodiverse network of professional learners. The more diverse, in terms of global coverage, the stronger the likelihood of having access to some of the most brilliant minds in the world within my professional interests, namely the teaching of … Continue reading

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Day Five: Reflecting (#CCK 11)

Hi. I’m thinking, or better said, reflecting on #CCK11. Now, I’m actually alone in the house (incredible but true), it’s late afternoon, a nice cool breeze is blowing gently through my window, and my gaze has come to rest on … Continue reading

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Connectivism & Connected Knowledge Course: Day 2 (#CCK11)

(Credit for this concept Map: Jane Wilde wildejk@gmail.com http://bit.ly/hif03W ) What did I learn today? First, through the course Daily Newsletter, I came across the CMAP shown above. It was made by Jane Wilden, in a previous course. I think … Continue reading

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