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Day 4: Where’s Waldo? #CCK11

“Connectivism for EFL Teachers” is the result of reflections, at length, with how I teach. I have learned how to teach by literally sitting at the feet of some of the most respected, talented, and gifted teachers in the ELT … 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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We Are All Born Free & Equal: Unless You Are A Non-Native English Speaking Teacher (NNEST)

Article 1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. Where does this come from? Patience, dear reader. … Continue reading

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