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“I Live In Chile” is #33 on Amazon Best Seller’s Rank! Help Make This Book #1

Help make this book Number 1! We are almost there! Buy this book! Recommend it to your friends! Write a 5 star review! Help promote this book! Thanks to you, dear friends and dear readers, I Live In Chile is … Continue reading

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FOUR FANTASTIC FREE BOOKS 4 U! Only 4 More Days!

DEDICATION These four books are dedicated to all people, the world over, who enjoy a good read, a fast read, with characters who you learn to love, about a topic that touches your soul. My profession, English Language Teaching, touches … Continue reading

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Native Speaker Needed?

Native Speaker Needed? At the 2007 TESOL Chile Conference the question was asked: Are native speaker teachers automatically the best teachers of a language? Just because you speak a language naturally, does that mean you can teach it? Or does … Continue reading

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Eleven: Could You Please Repeat That? #CCK11

#CCK11. Eleven. Here’s the situation: You’re in a strange country. You and a friend walk into an elevator. Both of you want to go to the eleventh floor. The elevator doors close behind you. Only then do you discover that … Continue reading

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FREE COURSE! Connectivism and Connected Knowledge (CCK11) – Instructors: George Siemens and Stephen Downes

The following information is extracted from the Huffington Post, written by Stephen Downes: Stephen: “On Jan. 17 George Siemens and I will launch the third offering of our online course called ‘Connectivism and Connective Knowledge’ — or CCK11. We use … Continue reading

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Connectivism & Connected Knowledge Explained by George Siemens

What could education be like? What should education be like? Now, compare your answer(s) to what education IS like, in your school, in your university, in your place of learning, in your children’s school, in your grandchildren’s school, in your … Continue reading

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A Revolution in Teaching: Robot English Teachers in Korea!

A teaching revolution, fresh out of some science fiction novel, has become a reality in Korea. Robot Teachers of English! After all, if robots can build cars, then why shouldn’t they invade our classrooms and teach classes, better than any … Continue reading

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