STRUCTURE YOUR TRAINING PROGRAMS ACCORDING TO YOUR TRAINING GOALS

How do you decide what kind of Training to create? Do you base it on the subject matter, length, format, user group, convenience? The good […]

Five ideas, approaches and attitudes to help you with #edtech in 2021

It’s that time of the year to be reflective and to think ahead and make plans. Reflecting back on 2020, one of the few silver […]

Updates to Google Workspace

Powerful new updates for Google Workspace are now available. In this blog entry, you will find out about a few of those that impact how […]

Christmas Activities: Five Festive Ideas for your Classroom.

Table of Contents Christmas Activities. Finally, the Christmas season approaches, bringing us a sense of relief. Not just that, but a well-deserved break for many. […]

Online Timers for the Classroom

Looking for an online timer? Below are six great ones to check out. Listed below you will find the basic features for each option, as […]

DE vertrouwelijke brief

In Les 19 zien we hoe je de perfecte brief moet schrijven Les 19 De vertrouwelijke brief The post DE vertrouwelijke brief appeared first on […]

3 Tips to Make Better Google Classroom Assignments

Want to take your Google Classroom assignments to the next level? Here are three tips for creating better assignments in Google Classroom:     Tip […]

Reflection: Steps towards materials-light teaching

Me, Matt and Tiago chatted about lots of topics at the first Bangkok ELT Books n’ Beer session last night. Great fun! The topic of […]

3 Ways to Make Google Classroom Accessible to All Students

Remote learning can be challenging for all students; however, there are specific proactive steps we can take to help students become successful in an online […]

The Latest Educational Tool: Bitmoji Classrooms

I was wandering around Facebook recently and was surprised to discover the interest that educators were expressing in creating virtual, Bitmoji classrooms (and office and […]

Equity Literacy With Dr. Paul Gorsky [Podcast]

Introduction “Equity in education.” It’s an issue frequently addressed by keynote speakers, research projects, journal articles, and teacher prep courses. But with all this discussion, […]

Orange Slice Rubric Generator and Google Classroom Hack

Need to create a rubric for students? The Orange Slice Teacher rubric generator is one of my favorite tools for creating rubrics. Although there is […]

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