Tulsatrot

My blog is a mix of educational resources that I have used in my courses to keep students engaged in the learning process as well as presentations at various conference. I also include travel experiences as a language teacher around the globe.

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Posts by Tulsatrot

Language and Teaching Resources

Over the last two decades of teaching, there are several language and teaching resources that have proven to be helpful in my language classroom. Some […]

What Does Your Student Really Know?

Immediate, real-time feedback can in turn help inform and direct teaching and ultimately improve student learning. Here are Five Resources that provide immediate Student Feedback […]

Cuy Your Way

Leading up to a year and a half in Peru and Bolivia, a visiting priest, either in ignorance or false hyperbole, described the poverty and […]

Hotter than Qatari Love

Moving to the Middle East in late July is never considered the ideal time to relocate your family with Qatari heat. At this point in […]

How to Buy Alcohol in Qatar

A move to the Middle doesn't elicit festive times like the Napa Valley or a German pub. Yet in Qatar, an exception is made for […]

Badminton Around That Dam Stupa

Laos is a communist country but the winds of change seem to be on the horizon. There are not any Western fast food restaurants dotting […]

Turkey Shooting

Back To Thailand After a short time in Laos, we headed back to our home away from home, Thailand. We … Continue reading "Turkey Shooting" […]

A Henna Tattoo at a Steamy Souq Waqif

The one thing my artistic and creative girl has wanted is a henna tattoo. A plant that stains the skin like a tattoo, but only […]

Welcome to Qatar – Cool Malls and Hidden Chips

The monumental move from the U.S. to the Middle East was an undertaking to say the least. Since we accepted educational positions in Qatar, a […]

Ecuador – A Nine Year Old’s Observation

the entire family returned to the United States from Ecuador where we had spent eight days running around the central spine of the country along […]

Ecuador – An Eleven Year Old’s Observation

Once again during our summer travels, the family returned to the United States from Ecuador. The two oldest kids, Sophie and Dom, had a great […]

A Little PEQ Summer Travel

Every year as students run out the double doors of school after following the last final exam onto summer jobs and family vacations, I pursue […]

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