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My Blog Reading Homework

<![CDATA[In his blog post A vast Pool of Human Knowledge, Neglected, Darren Elliott, like a true teacher, gave us all a little bit of homework for the weekend, which goes as follows: 1. Have a look through the archives of your favourite bloggers. You can usually find archives in the […]

My Nominations for Edublogs Awards 2009

<![CDATA[ …And my nominations for the Edublog Awards 2009 are: Best individual blog Karenne Sylvester’s Kalinagoenglish http://kalinago.blogspot.com/ Gavin Dudeney’s ThatS’Life http://slife.dudeney.com/ Best individual tweeter Shelly Terrell  http://twitter.com/ShellTerrell Best new blog Ken Wilson’s Blog http://kenwilsonelt.wordpress.com/ Digital Play http://digitalplay.info/blog/ Best class blog Christina Markoulaki http://markaki-students.blogspot.com/ (Maria Markaki Language School) Best resource sharing […]

TEFL Pursuits

<![CDATA[You all know the great board game of Trivial Pursuit . I just love this game and have had lots of fun playing with friends, although, it must be admitted that the cultural bias of many of the questions makes it a bit more difficult if you are playing in […]

Yes, and…..

<![CDATA[There is a specific activity I often use in creative thinking skills workshops which works wonderfully well. I learnt it from T.Richards, during a lecture in Athens some years ago (pls see note at end). It's called the “Yes, and…” activity In this activity, one person, or the teacher even, […]