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#Exciting #Book on #Language #Teacher #CPD: Teaching & Learning English In Chile #ASMSG #IAN1 #TEFL #eltchat #BYNR #esl #ell #JT4a #4FTM

http://t.co/fa7ILlbgq0 A #book of #books. It is 4 use by #teachers in #Chile & #worldwide. #ASMSG #IARTG #ell #esl pic.twitter.com/K441g8pn7I — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) January 18, 2014 This book is a book of books. It is not only for … Continue reading

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FREE Today! The Professional Learning Network (PLN)

The PLN Professional Learning Network Authored by Thomas Jerome Baker I am grateful and thankful for all the informal and formal learning opportunities I have had access to through the individual and collective members of my PLN, my Professional Learning … Continue reading

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Experiential Writing: Teaching & Learning in Chile (Best Sellers)

Discover the best Professional Education Development in Best Sellers.Find t… amazon.com/gp/bestsellers… via @amazon — Thomas Jerome Baker(@profesortbaker) April 20, 2013 I am best described as an experiential teacher. Indeed, I was born to be a teacher, and have come to … Continue reading

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Education Leadership Lessons: A Tryad for Excellence

** Luke Skywalker: Alright, I’ll give it a try. ** Yoda: No! Try not. Do… or do not. There is no try. What we learn here is easily understood. It’s about committment to success, determination to succeed no matter what … Continue reading

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Teacher Professional Development

Teacher Professional Development: Reflections. What’s the difference between a great teacher and an average teacher? That’s a complicated question, with many variables. For me, the answer is a simple one, however: Teacher Professional Development. I share my reflections and my … Continue reading

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Professional Development in the IB Context: Excellent PD Model

I am always engaged in trying to improve my knowledge, skills and abilities as a teacher. I don’t want to be just another good teacher, or an above average teacher, or even an excellent teacher. I want to be the … Continue reading

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#Edcamp_Delta & #Edcamp Santiago & Sponsors Welcome Message (Video)

Edcamp Santiago 2012 & Sponsors Welcome Message to Participants: The music is Chile Lindo (Beautiful Chile) and ¡Viva Chile! (Long Live Chile!), sung by Mr. Luis Jara. We thank all participants, here and in Canada, for coming out to share … Continue reading

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Why Educators Should Join Twitter

By Peter DeWitt on November 21, 2011 Elementary school Principal Peter DeWitt writes about students’ social and emotional health, and how educators can help young people find common ground. He can be found at http://www.petermdewitt.com. ** In late July I … Continue reading

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Professional Development with the Experts Through Twitter

By Peter DeWitt on November 25, 2011 Great teachers know that they don’t have to know it all. They just have to know their resources. Many times when we’re struggling with the issue of meeting the needs of our students … Continue reading

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How Twitter is Changing Professional Development for Educators

By Peter DeWitt on December 4, 2011 “I naively assumed that Twitter was a place for people to narcissistically blab their every move, and after reading “Why Educators Should Join Twitter,” my mind was changed and I joined. My life … Continue reading

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