Azhar's Reflections

This blog is my online space where I reflect upon my own experiences in teaching and e-learning, design e-lesson plans, create tutorials , and share tools, conferences, webinars, courses, MOOCs, and other open educational resources that help teachers make a difference in their classrooms.

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Posts by Azhar's Reflections

Teaching Grammar Communicatively MOOC, Sept. 25, 2017

This free 5-week course is a great opportunity for English teachers to improve their ways to teach grammar in a communicative way. I took it before […]

Register for EdmodoCon Aug 1, 2017 - Free Online Conference

EdmodoCon is an online global event where educators from around the world connect with each other to share how they are using Edmodo and other […]

FREE Google Online Conference, May 20, 2017

Are you a teacher?  Do you want to update your expertise for FREE? If yes, here is a great opportunity for K-12 teachers to merge […]

Tell Your Story in English: FREE course Feb. 27th - Mar. 26th, 2017

"Tell Your Story in English: Reading & Writing Skills for Language Learners" course is offered by Oregon University for FREE. It is designed to help develop […]

want to edu-Lead ... learn how to?

I ❤️ Microsoft simply because this company helps me as a teacher to equip myself in this digital world for FREE; yes for FREE. Working with […]

Kick off 2017 with 16 EVO Courses for FREE!

"A man can do no more than he can." I totally disagree with this proverb. If I do not have something, it is me who […]

My Top Posts in 2015

I did not write a lot this year as I was a little bit busy working on my PhD. Believe me, I missed it so […]

Tips & Tricks: How to get books and articles for free?

Seven years ago, finding books related to the areas of my research was like a headache. This is maybe because I didn't know more about […]

Metacognition and reflection are NOT synonymous ...

Metacognition and reflection are often used inter-changeably in educational conversations. However, there is a definite distinction between these two terms. Metacognition is the one that […]

Snip; a free screenshot tool from Microsoft

Making tutorials for my students and other colleagues is a daily activity as a teacher. I already use Snagit program that helps me to capture […]

For FREE you can learn: 16 OPTIONS you can choose from!

Retrieved Sept. 2, 2015 from here It is not the degree of education you have got that matters, but your passion and desire for lifelong […]

Missed it: Teacher Entrepreneurship Week 2015 Recordings

Connecting to other educators online and listening to their experiences, tips, and successful practices is my primary pathway to lifelong learning and improving my teaching […]

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