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Dr. Paula Rebolledo Interview – IATEFL Liverpool 2 April, 2019 & IATEFL Chile XIV International Conference – 23 July, 2016

Red Hot Chile TEFL: An evidence-based approach with local flavour Classroom practices can be influenced by knowledge, experiences, sometimes intuition but less often by research-based evidence. If such evidence is accessible to teachers it is usually incomprehensible and it may … Continue reading

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The Learning Curve (Pearson): Factors that Lead to Outstanding Educational Performance

Executive summary The goal of improving education today enjoys great prominence among policymakers and other stakeholders in societies worldwide. Although they may not be able to quantify it, governments in most countries recognise a link between the knowledge and skills … Continue reading

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Education Reform: Will Chile Get It Right?

“Almost every country has undertaken some form of school system reform during the past two decades, but very few have succeeded in improving their systems from poor to fair to good to great to excellent.” (How the World’s Most Improved … Continue reading

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What Does A Debate Coach Do?

You just found out you’re going to coach your school debate team. You’re thrilled, right? Well, if you’re like most debate coaches I have met, you got the job by being told you were going to be the debate coach. … Continue reading

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3 Reasons Why Teaching Debate is A Good Idea

Teaching debate, in Chile, or anywhere else in the world, is a worthwhile endeavour. The purpose of this post is to share with you, the reader, my certainty about the value of debate. I will give only three reasons, as … Continue reading

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How to Write an Effective Essay

Source: http://www.engVid.com/ Are you a student who is not getting the best grades possible when you write essays? If your answer is “Yes”, then you need to watch this video. Why should you watch this video? Let’s see what the … Continue reading

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Teaching Debate in Chile

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