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A Connectivist Writing Lesson: Words on Walls #CCK11 #ELtchat

Words on walls surround, Words on walls connect, Words on walls embrace, Words on walls bound, Words on walls elect, Words on walls face, Words on walls found, Words on walls – lovely. Friends of mine, these words To be … Continue reading

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Teaching Challenge: Voodoo Economics

After looking at this video for three consecutive reruns, and laughing so hard that my sides are still hurting, I had a sober thought. What could be done to change this video into a positive example of teaching (and learning)? … Continue reading

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Dr. Marie-Christine Darouge: How Do You Know A Good Teacher?

Professor Marie-Christine Darouge Educational Dynamics Consultant University of Indianapolis Athens, Greece Marie-Christine Darouge • Hello everyone, A good teacher of any language need not be a native speaker but a proficient language (A) user who is aware of the norms … Continue reading

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