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10 Tips for Teaching English Language Learners Worldwide

Classrooms across the world are becoming increasingly diverse with increasing numbers of students whose primary home languages are not English. In the USA, state-reported data estimated 10 percent of the US school-aged population (PreK-twelfth grade) as students identified as limited … 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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The Finland Phenomenon: The Global Search for Education

Source: C. M. RUBIN, WORLD AUTHOR http://cmrubinworld.tumblr.com/post/6075774154/the-global-search-for-education More Focus on Finland By C. M. Rubin with Harry Rubin and Michael Freeborn “The Finns had a crisis,” life-long educator, best-selling author, and Harvard professor Tony Wagner explains as we discuss his … Continue reading

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Pursue Your Passion: Kirk Nugent

I had a conversation with a teacher of English who specializes in helping children with attention deficit problems. Nice combination, but while we were talking something was working in my mind, slightly below the surface, and all of a sudden, … Continue reading

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How Do You Know A Good Teacher?

Wayne Duplessis Administration at Tefl Indonesia Indonesia Wayne Duplessis • How do you know a good teacher? You will know a teacher by what they do and what they do not do. Do they speak little, but listen attentively? Do … Continue reading

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