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Materials and activities take an important part of most English teaching programs. They are relevant issues of the educational process and teachers rely on a whole range of activities to support a good teaching performance. From textbooks to videos, audio CDs or any sort of support materials, we always need them to guide our students in any context. Although there is a great set of English language teaching materials commercially available, many teachers continue to desi
If you're a student who has an iPad and are interested in some apps that you can use to stay organized throughout your school year, pay close attention here. There are literally hundreds of back-to-school apps available for the iPad. Choosing the best apps to stay organized can be overwhelming. But don't worry. We've found five powerful applications that can help you learn faster, keep track of your assignments and stay on top of your class. Download them ASAP to your
Classrooms of the 21st century need to be much more flexible in design and efficiency than the traditional K-12 classrooms of the past or present. Concepts like visualization space, fabrication space and presentation space demand a total reengineering of traditional ideas.
How many times have you walked down the hallway of a school, and you saw walls outside of classrooms covered with the same activity? One 4th grade classroom had the students' writing about a specific prompt displayed. One 5th grade classroom had the students' coordinate graphing activity hung up. Another classroom wall had all of the students' research projects.
Not long ago, a (non ESL) teacher/friend noticed the term ‘graded material’ in an article and asked me: What? Are ESL teachers expected to grade (mark) their material as well as their students? Graded material, as any ESL teacher knows, is material...
Centuries ago, midwives and mothers advised pregnant women to stay happy, listen to music, be around nature, and embrace good health. Now advanced research in child development shows that brain development in children does not occur after birth but begins in the womb itself.