Worlds of Words

Unsplash How to encourage learner autonomy when it comes to learning vocabulary? How to inspire curiosity to learn more about certain words in English? For […]

Learning Reflections and Time Management

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels While some students are able to manage their time in order to have sufficient time for their personal, private lives (including their time […]

Quiet Writing

JFotography.net I am all in favour os self-care, for if one doesn't make time to care for oneself, how can they take care of others? […]

Beyond Analysing

Tell me, how well can you analyse your writing? Should students be able to analyse their writing before submitting writing assignments? When I sometimes talk […]

Helping Students Write like a Pro

via GIPHY Some of the digital tools which I have been looking into lately, have posed more questions to me than answers. On the one […]

Writing with Linquix

Photo by Suzy Hazelwood from Pexels As much as students are reading and writing today on the web, writing continues to be a challenge for many students, especially […]

Note-taking with a Scheme

Photo by Lukas from Pexels There are many different ways to learn and study. The choice is individual -yet many students may need guidance on how to organise […]

Choices when Searching

Photo by Tobias Aeppli from Pexels In some ways I have found that all the apps and travel sites have drained away the pleasures of travelling - those […]

From Dreams to Shared Realities

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels In all classrooms that I have participated in as a teacher, it has never failed to surprise me how talented students can be. […]

Squible Me a Story

As much as one may plan for future events, or wish for a kinder tomorrow, the fact is that we are often only living in […]

Conquering Learning when Revising

While students may be engaged in class and making visible, positive progress, they may still feel at a loss when it comes to preparing for […]

Assessment Capable Learners in the primary classroom

In this guest post Kirsten Anne shares some great advice on encouraging self-assessment in the primary classroom.  I am a primary school teacher and currently work in […]

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