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#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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How Did You Become A Good Teacher?

Seriously, how did you get so good? What’s your secret? What’s my secret? In my case, I keep trying to learn something new every day. That’s key for me, always trying to not only stay up to date, but also … Continue reading

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