Saturday, September 24, 2016

Vanda Nunes

Vanda Nunes

Vanda Nunes, Portugal, Elementary, Middle Class, English Language, ESL

English Language teacher (starter/beginner/elementary levels) at a public school in Portugal.

English is FUNtastic
The purpose of this blog is to share resources and new tools to improve English language knowledge while the user enjoys doing online activities.

If you are learning English and/or want to improve your knowledge of the English Language, here you can find power point presentations, lesson plans, videos, pictures, information, songs, lyrics, listening / reading / writing activities, interactive games, interactive exercises about grammar, vocabulary and well known English speaking people... and... some humour ...

Theme: english learners, ELS materials, power point presentations, videos, pictures, information, songs, lyrics, listening , reading, writing activities, interactive games, interactive exercises, grammar, vocabulary, teaching material links, videos and videoscripts, interactive activities, writing prompts, films, recipes, crafts, listening comprehension exercises, interactive books, ESL teaching, teaching materials

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Monday, August 8, 2016

Savas Savides

Savas Savides

Savas Savides, Greece, Primary, Secondary

Student turned teacher, turned examiner, turned teacher-trainer, turned publisher, but still a student at heart; I buy more books than I can read; I spend my days between three countries; education is the only thing that can really set you free; I organize the world in tidy little boxes; standing in awe before my incredible toddler; I am silently correcting your grammar; my wife is a far better teacher than I’ve ever been; still can’t find a decent profile picture; traveling for business and working for pleasure; sleep is overrated.

Follow me on Twitter for more educational resources: @SSavides

Bright Classroom Ideas
Ideas you can take to class today

Theme: education, education technology, innovation, blended learning, project-based learning, ELT

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Saturday, July 30, 2016

Óscar Coronado Martínez

Óscar Coronado Martínez

Óscar Coronado Martínez, España, Educación Primaria, Primary, English & Science

My name is Óscar Coronado, and I am an English teacher in a Bilingual School in Murcia, Spain. I have been teaching for a long time to children aged 6-12 years old. My vocation for teaching children is the most amazing thing that has happened in my life. Apart from teaching, I am very keen on new technologies, and also in making researches in the fields of methodologies and techniques to be applied into my classroom. For that purpose, a few years ago I decided to go abroad to teach, and keep working in my professional development, as well as to achieve more experience and expertise in teaching a second language to young children. I consider that an international teaching experience provides teachers not only with a valuable new teaching and cultural knowledge, but also with great personal growth. Fortunately, after my experience, the reference letters that I got said things like the ones that I quote below:

"Óscar understands the craft of teaching. Óscar was dedicated to his students and had good relationships with them. Parents felt that Óscar was doing a good job. They reported that the children enjoyed Mr. Coronado's class and that they were seeing noticeable progress in their children's language development".

Teacher Oscar Coronado
Blog diseñado para proporcionar a alumnos y maestros de herramientas de utilidad para desarrollar y adquirir nuevos aprendizajes. Igualmente, el blog es concebido como un recurso más de aprendizaje para mis alumnos, dado que contiene informaciones específicas sobre las áreas que les imparto -inglés y science-, así como otras entradas de interés para el público en general y para los alumnos y padres del centro en el que trabajo.

Theme: english, science, documents, warnings, radio, channel 4, learning resources, school calendar, legislation, spain, USA, great britain, england, culture, technology, policies, CARM, educarm

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

LinguaLift

LinguaLift

LinguaLift, UK, Further, Adult, Languages

LinguaLift's goal is empower motivated self-learners through advanced algorithms that tailor the content to their personal needs, and friendly tutors who are there to support them every step of the way.

LinguaLift — Become a successful language self-learner
A blog about self-learning languages, and using them around the world.

Theme: learning, languages, education, autonomous, self-learning, motivation, productivity, efficiency, Japanese, Russian, French, Mandarin, foreign languages

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Friday, June 3, 2016

Gonzalo Hernández-Baptista

Gonzalo Hernández-Baptista

Gonzalo Hernández-Baptista, USA, College, Spanish Language and Culture

Born in Spain, I have lived in Italy, Mexico, and USA. I teach Hispanic cultural forms (mainly language, literature, and film). Interested in creative writing for learners and cooperative teaching/learning.

Escribo en mi clase
Students' composition with special focus in their creative written, grammar reviews, pieces of advice for learners.

Theme: spanish as foreign language, ELE, creative writing

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IPCAC



IPCAC, Argentina, Tertiary, ICT

Higher Education organization. Argentine Chamber of Commerce.

TICTAC en el IPCAC
Blog for training teachers about ICT concepts and resources for rethinking teaching and learning for the Digital Age focused on b-learning and e-learning modalities.

Theme: ICT, digital age, teacher, student, edtech, digital media

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Matthew Noble

Matthew Noble

Matthew Noble, USA, Adult, Training, TEFL

Matt found his calling in English language teaching as a volunteer instructor at an ancient Buddhist monastery in Sri Lanka in 2004. He completed his CELTA in Bangkok, Thailand the following year and went on to teach at language centers, corporate headquarters, elementary and high schools, test prep programs, and as a private tutor for the next 6 years abroad.

In 2011 he came home to earn an EdM in TESOL from Boston University while also teaching English to low-income immigrants in the Boston area and leading online seminars on Reflective Practice for teachers. ‘Teacher learning’ being a primary focus of his graduate work, Matt was thrilled to become a CELTA trainer and carries this enthusiasm with him into each and every course. In his free time Matt enjoys listening to world music, reading mystery novels, and engaging social media.

Muddles into Maxims
An ELT blog; a fun and functional place for me to share some of my thoughts and reflections on the training I help facilitate and the teacher learning I witness as a course tutor on an intensive initial certificate course (and trainer learning, too!). Also, thoughts/ideas/reflections on related teaching matters.

Theme: education, teacher training, celta, tefl, efl

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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Chris Speck

Chris Speck

Chris Speck, UK, Further, Adult, Academic, English as a foreign language

I'm an English teacher, materials developer and consultant and novel writer working in the UK.

Chris Speck
English lessons from mainstream culture and technology.

Theme: efl, esol, ielts, english

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