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The Teacher’s Guides To Technology & Learning (by Edudemic)

Welcome to the official guide to technology and learning by Edudemic! This part of Edudemic is meant to offer you, the teacher, some of the best and most popular resources available today. We’ve combed through hundreds of resources in order … 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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New Video & New 2013 Catalog: Celebrating 1 Million Page Views!

** 1 Million Page views… What a marvelously magnificent milestone! And it comes on the eve of the IATEFL Conference in Liverpool, and I’m one of the official bloggers for the conference. What a coincidence, how these two events converge, … Continue reading

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“Rakuten” Means Business: Rakuten – A Japanese Company that Requires Its Japanese Employees to speak English – with each other!

By Daisuke Wakabayashi Source: Wall Street Journal – Japan When Rakuten Inc. introduced an English-only policy for company communications in May 2010 as part of founder and CEO Hiroshi Mikitani’s push to globalize the Japanese Web commerce firm, critics questioned … Continue reading

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Jobs Available at #EF Education First: Sales Coordinator (Santiago, Chile)

We are EF Education First, the world’s largest private education company. Since 1965, we’ve helped millions of people break down barriers of language, culture, and geography. With our business expanding around the globe, we’re seeking enthusiastic, entrepreneurial self-starters ready to … Continue reading

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“We Don’t Have Internet At Home” Is No Longer An Acceptable Excuse

I regularly read blogs of ELT professionals (every day) in order to stay up to date (“be the first to know”) on what is happening in my field. Scott Thornbury in his excellent blog, An A-Z of ELT, is always … Continue reading

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How Do You Want to Learn?

How do you want to learn? Hmm. I think I’ve asked that question, from time to time, to students. One of the most common answers is: using technology…

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Part-time and Full-time Online English Teachers Recruitment: Native Speaker Required

Job Description Languagespirit (www.languagespirit.com) is a state-of-the-art international language communication and education website. We are having large-scale recruitment of online English teachers. It’s a free platform. You have the freedom to choose where, when, who and how to teach; you … Continue reading

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