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 […]

Monsters, Myths and Narratives

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels There is the scent of fear in the unknown. The fear of failure, the fear of not belonging, the fear of putting a […]

Because We are Connected - Breaking Free from Plastic

There is something magical about bridges. They connect us. As well as possible threats, bridges bring communities closer, making each different community more accessible. And […]

Videos for the Humanities & Sciences

via GIPHYThere are so many ways to use videos in lessons and for post-lesson revisions (e.g. Edpuzzle and PlayPosit , previously known as Educanon); the problem […]

Playing for the Planet

Photo by Martin Damboldt from Pexels We seek greenery, whether outdoors (forest-bathing, anyone?) or by bringing twigs, flowers, shrubs and other greenery into our homes and work spaces. […]

How Stuff Works

Why do squirrels organise and bury their nuts? Do you know how to make sugar skulls for Day of the Dead? Are you able to […]

Raising Environmental Issues

When discussing the environment in classrooms, it is not enough to simply discuss the different aspects of environmental concerns and problems. Looking after our environment […]

Three Resources for #ELT on the Go

Life on the go. Learning on the go. Yet, does learning on the go really happen? Not every learning moment has to be embedded in […]

Videos for History, Social Sciences and Contemporary Events

Do you remember days sitting in history lessons and imagining the world at that point in time?  Or, was your experience of history lessons closer […]

Learning After Skool

Our learning ecosystem  today is rich with multimedia and a wide choice of digital tools and approaches to using them for education. Here is an […]

Video Resources for ELT and Other Subjects

I recently attended an intensive language course, (a language which I don't speak) and as an educator, came away with even more certainties of the […]

Unwrapping Ethics - A Resource for Educators

Students do know what is wrong and right for themselves in their own contexts, but very often they also need guidance to think critically through […]

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