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Online teaching during vacation season

Though vacation is a time to unwind and recharge your batteries, some use this time to upskill and explore new avenues.  However, it doesn’t have to be all work and no play. Today with E-learning and E teaching students and teachers have the flexibility to...

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Teaching Online with Zoom


Zoom has been an invaluable part of our online classrooms in the past year. It has helped us to communicate, interact, and teach our students during the pandemic. Most people have found it quite easy to use. There are so many cool functions available on Zoom; however,...

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Nursery rhymes for adults

A Commentary on "Nursery Rhymes Are for Adults" by Glenn G. Dahlem, Ph.D.

 

Intro to the article

The doctor begins his explanation of nursery rhymes by bringing us back to what they really are to native speakers, a nostalgic look at our early childhood. When we...

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How to Write a Lesson Plan

 

Creating a well-rounded lesson has always been a challenge. For novice teachers, the question may be where to start whereas for more experienced teachers, it can be daunting when you’re constantly thinking about making your classes more engaging,...

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