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#4thofJuly #BookReview: How to #Teach #Debating: Theory & Practical #Handbook ==> http://amzn.to/1rqWIVN <== RT #asmsg #t4us #4ftm #iartg #bookplugs #RRBC

#4thofJuly2014 How to #Teach Debating: Theory & Practical #Handbook ==>http://t.co/AUtEa6ktLK<== RT #asmsg #t4us #4ftm — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) July 4, 2014 Book Description Book Publication Date: November 13, 2013 “It was the best of times, it was the worst … Continue reading

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Reverbnation & 2013 Catalog of Books by Thomas Jerome Baker

Reverbnation is a pretty cool site. I like the idea that I can add photos of my book covers, my video booktrailers, and my blog posts. It’s a place where I can bring together a lot of material to share … Continue reading

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How To Review A Book You Don’t Like: Top Ten Tips For First-Time Book Reviewers ( A Case Study)

The purpose of this piece, the reason why I’m writing, is to try to be helpful for people who are writing their first book review, and they did not like the book they are reviewing! I will present a case … Continue reading

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Teaching English Language Learners Worldwide: Theory & Practical Guide

Book Description Publication Date: May 5, 2013 It is estimated that over 1 billion people are currently learning English world wide. According to the British Council, as of the year 2,000 there were 750 million English as a Foreign language … Continue reading

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MOOC Pedagogy: Theory & Practice

The MOOC has its share of optimists and pessimists. Some see it as the next best thing since sliced bread, others see it as a waste of time, a passing fad that everyone is talking about lately, but will soon … Continue reading

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#MOOC: You Are Now A Courserian: Welcome to Coursera!

Hi Thomas Jerome Baker, Welcome to Coursera! You’ve just joined a community of hundreds of thousands of students who are taking courses, and changing the face of higher education. At Coursera, you can take courses from the top universities, for … 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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Congratulations Thomas! You’ve successfully published “Connectivism for EFL Teachers” on the Kindle Store!

Hi Thomas, Hello from Amazon KDP! The book “Connectivism for EFL Teachers: A Theory of Learning For A Digital Age” you recently submitted to KDP and enrolled in KDP Select has been published to the Kindle Store and is already … Continue reading

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Welcome to #CCK12: Connectivism and Connected Knowledge

About This Course Connectivism and Connected Knowledge is an open online course that over 12 weeks explores the concepts of connectivism and connective knowledge and explore their application as a framework for theories of teaching and learning. Participation is open … Continue reading

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