How a flawed idea is teaching millions of kids to be poor readers

How a flawed idea is teaching millions of kids to be poor readers

Coffee Talk with CogBooks: Teamwork Makes the Dream Work When Fostering a Community of Online Learning

Our program has come to a certain maturity level now. And I think through the pandemic situation, this will only be more accelerated across the […]

Guest Post: 4 Reasons Why Minecraft is great for teaching coding for kids

Albert Einstein once said: “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” The saying is true, especially when […]

Night and Day: Using Different teaching styles according to class time

Some students roll out of bed for early morning classes, bleary-eyed, hair a mess, thankful for coffee, and still wondering if their socks match as […]

Guest Post: How Augmented Reality Tackles the Challenges of Distance Learning

Over the past five months we have all had to learn how to balance our lives around the pandemic in order to maintain a certain […]

RecordCast – An Easy-to-use Screen Recorder to Create Video Lessons and Tutorials

The use of video is interesting in more ways than one. This makes it possible to produce presentation videos, tutorials or training sessions to transmit […]

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 […]

Guest Post: Benefits of E-learning For Teachers

The advancement of technology has had a noticeable impact on education. There has been a revolution that has had an impact on the conventional classroom […]

10 ways to teach problem solving (with FREE curriculum!)

Engage your students in real-life problem solving with videos, STEM lessons, and long-term projects. Here are 10 ways to use them.This post is sponsored by […]

50 back to school activities for the remote learning classroom

 It's back to school time again and this year looks NOTHING like we have ever seen before. As summer comes to a close teachers are […]

Academic Integrity in the Age of Online Learning

Cheating is nothing new, and with internet access and the move to online learning, the opportunities to act without academic integrity have become more readily […]

Promoting Engagement – Questions and Answers

In this post/video we will explore how to use emojis during online digital lessons to promote engagement from the participants The post Promoting Engagement – […]

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