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Recycling Language in a Dogme Classroom

Recycling Language in a Dogme Classroom | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

Chia Suan Chong « I thought I’d share my favourite ways of recycling language (which I’ve, of course, stolen and adapted from all the wonderful teachers and colleagues around me)...

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IATEFL Brighton 2011 conference | Scoop.it

IATEFL Brighton 2011 conference | Scoop.it | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

A collection of blog posts following the annual conference, held in Brighton in 2011 (IATEFL Brighton 2011 conference on @scoopit http://t.co/5WIDX0P @harrisonmike #iatefl #besig #yltsig #elt #tesol...)...

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Teacher Training Unplugged?

Teacher Training Unplugged? | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

ELT Reflections | Due to popular demand here at International House Costa Rica, our professional development workshop was on the topic of Dogme (also called Teaching Unplugged here) ....

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Interactive whiteboards - 8 ideas to keep it simple | The Whiteboard Blog

Interactive whiteboards - 8 ideas to keep it simple | The Whiteboard Blog | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

In addition, while the majority of schools are using either Smart Notebook or Activ software there are a lot of other pieces of software out there that teachers are using in schools. It can be frustrating to see activities that are reliant on a very specific tool in one piece of software, only to find that you can’t do that in the software you have in school. Tools such as tables, handwriting recognition, interactive resources, maths tools, timers and suchlike. All are fun, but not always essential.


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