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A Few Free Lesson Planning and Classroom Resources for Teachers

A Few Free Lesson Planning and Classroom Resources for Teachers | teaching english as a foreign language | Scoop.it
Creating Lesson Plans and Finding Related Resources has Never Been Easier, Thanks to Free Web Based Resources Like These. Today, there are many online resources for teachers to make lesson planning...
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vale valeria's comment, August 28, 2013 4:44 PM
This is quite interesting. It'd be helpful to have something similar in Argentina!
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How Technology Improves Student Learning and Sends More Kids to Graduate School

How Technology Improves Student Learning and Sends More Kids to Graduate School | teaching english as a foreign language | Scoop.it
The modern teaching landscape has been changing in recent years, as Becoming a Better EFL Teacher has made note of on several occasions.
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The Evolving use of Badges in Education

The Evolving use of Badges in Education | teaching english as a foreign language | Scoop.it
Rewards as a Way to Motivate Students to Learn Today’s schools commonly use grade-based evaluations where students get rewarded for the knowledge they gain. Students are evaluated and rewarded with...
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vale valeria's comment, August 28, 2013 4:58 PM
I agree with the use of badges as a way to motivate students to learn. However, we, as teacher, should be extremely careful not to stigmatize those students which haven't got their goals yet. Every students should have the chance to be rewarded in what they do best. we all know that every student is unique and that they have a particular way of learning,so, we should take into account their effort and enthusiasm when learning.