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What #Writers & #Teachers Make: #Survey Says ==> less than £600 ($1000 Dollars) a year

http://t.co/rRUvJMLhOq RT @profesortbaker #Teacher #eltchat #ell #IAN1 #ASMSG #edu #indie #JT4a #esl #efl #elt #TEFL pic.twitter.com/E7zZ5w3SRg — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) January 19, 2014 Writers (authors) have a lot in common with teachers: most don’t earn a lot of money. … Continue reading

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#Edutopia: Take Our Survey Please (We Want to Hear From You)

Take our survey by January 30th and be entered for a chance to win a $250 American Express gift cheque! Click here to take our survey > > Dear Edutopia Friend, I’m writing to ask for your input on Edutopia’s … Continue reading

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New Study from Europe: When Teachers & Students Speak English in the Classroom

In Chile, every time we survey students we find out something that surprises nobody. It is related to teaching English, in English. As you can imagine, it is a good idea to teach English, in English. First, here is the … Continue reading

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Books Without Taxes: Chile Chamber of Book Commerce: “70% of Chileans never enter a bookstore or a library”

Chilean Chamber of Book Commerce: “70% of Chileans never enter a bookstore or a library” Arturo Infante Reñasco, Presidente de la Cámara Chilena del Libro: “Remember that books in Chile were exempt from taxation until the introduction of the value … Continue reading

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Argentina tiene el mejor nivel de inglés de los países hispanoparlantes

GLOBAL: English proficiency ranking of 44 countries ** Teaching the Four Skills in EFL: [Kindle Edition] ** Argentina: Quedó en el puesto 16 de 44 en un ranking a nivel mundial y superó a México, España y Chile, según un … Continue reading

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Poll Everywhere

Steve Dembo walks through Poll Everywhere and suggests incorporating text messaging into classroom instruction. Visit discoveryeducation.com to learn more about Discovery Education’s professional development resources.

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Participation in Sports, Exercise, and Recreational Physical Activities: A Survey to Do & Report

Introduction: The aim of this report is to describe participation in sports, exercise, and recreational physical activities among survey participants. I surveyed a classmate to find out their views. Method: Your partner writes down all activities on one randomly selected … Continue reading

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Survey of What Students Value in Their Course Materials

What do students value most? Pearson asked that question to students. What was the number one thing students value most? Everything in one place.

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TALIS Revisited: Teaching and Learning International Survey, 2009

“The development of the OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey programme (TALIS) is a significant contribution to the OECD evidence base on education. Never before have we had the opportunity to gain such an understanding of the teaching and learning … Continue reading

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