Teaching Visually Impaired ESL Students

Teaching Visually impaired ESL Students Recently I was fortunate enough to have a go at teaching visually impaired ESL students. I say fortunate because I love having an opportunity to get outside my comfort zone. It helps adapt my teaching to fit the needs of the students. Going in, I was honestly…

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Tiny Cards App

Tiny Cards Tiny Cards is a lovely little app. It just came up in my feed one day and I had to try it out. Like similar apps it allows you to choose from a variety of content creators who make flashcards on a range of topics. In my case, I went for…

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Raising a Bilingual Child

Raising a Bilingual Child Raising a Bilingual Child is by Barbara Zurer Pearson Ph.D. Parenting is hard, and can be even harder if you go into it with an agenda. A lot of new parents tell themselves how they’ll always do this and never do that. They have all sorts of good…

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Teaching Business English

Teaching Business English by Mark Ellis and Christine Johnson. Teaching Business English was a great help to me in my teaching and could be for you as well. A colleague recommended this book to me recently. He claimed it was his go-to book when he taught business English courses. I…

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Carol Dweck

Carol Dweck has done some amazing research into teaching, student feedback and most importantly the mindsets that lead to better learning and success. She is someone worth knowing about because her research results are simply amazing. In my case, they opened my eyes to better ways of interacting with and praising…

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