Tag Archives: transformation

#PechaKucha & English Language Teaching: Changing The Classroom (Book Review) #asmsg #RaveReviewsBookClub #iartg #ian1 #edchat

5.0 out of 5 stars New wonderful “communication” possibility! June 25, 2014 By Roxy on Amazon “Roxy on Amazon” – This review is from: Pecha Kucha & English Language Teaching: Changing The Classroom (Kindle Edition) “You know, I was first … Continue reading

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#Tranformation #Innovation (by Jon B. Broome, MBA): “No Better Guide For Bringing Good Ideas to Market”

** There is no better guide for quickly bringing good ideas to market. Whether you are a single inventor or are part of a large innovation team, this profound and simple book provides you with tips, tools, process and stories … Continue reading

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Like Water For Chocolate (Impossible Love Story): Como Agua Para Chocolate

Each chapter of the novel begins with a recipe. This magical story gastronomy becomes a charged sensuality code penetrating aromas of dazzling colors. Tita is the small one, lives with her ​​sisters and her servants, and despite being condemned to … Continue reading

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Pragmatic English September Newsletter: Reflections by Gloria Salazar on the 2012 TESOL Chile Conference‏

Academic Director Gloria Salazar reflects on the TESOL Chile Conference 2012 “ELT: Global Citizenship for a Fair World” Source: TESOL Chile Conference 2012 “ELT: Global Citizenship for a Fair World” by Gloria Salazar Academic Director of “Pragmatic English” As promised … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago & @KhanAcademy: Where Good Stuff Comes From

Where does good stuff come from? Obviously, this question has an infinite number of answers. One answer is, “Edcamp Santiago”. Anytime you put a group of teachers together, with the time to talk with one another, network, share stories, collaborate, … Continue reading

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The Digital Scholar: How Technology Is Transforming Scholarly Practice (by Martin Weller)

The Digital Scholar: How Technology Is Transforming Scholarly Practice by Martin Weller http://bit.ly/pvz7pz Thomas: “Martin, as you know from talking to Stephen Downes, this is going to be an imaginary interview. Are you familiar with this kind of interview?” Martin: … Continue reading

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The Way Forward: Teachers as Scientists & 2 Million Minutes Used Wisely

As nations around the world grapple with multivariate, complex questions regarding equity and quality, one thing remains outside of dispute. Everyone agrees that education is valuable. It has transformative powers not only for the individual, but for society as a … Continue reading

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Schooling the World: The White Man’s Last Burden

If you wanted to change an ancient culture in a generation, how would you do it? You would change the way it educates its children. The U.S. Government knew this in the 19th century when it forced Native American children … Continue reading

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Education Reform in Chile: The Journey Ahead

This topic is one in which I hope to deepen my own personal understanding of current educational reform in Chile, in particular, the way in which it ultimately impacts the teaching and learning of English. The opinions given here are … Continue reading

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