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Occasionally, you may not be able to produce something outstanding yourself. You may need advice of others, you may even need their direct input. The internet, through a variety of media, is finally putting the power or collaboration and creation into our hands for real. The fruits of these labours can be seen below. My sincere gratitude to all who helped. This one is for you.
Conditional Sentence Starters: A Google Doc presentation with sentence starters contributions from contacts, teaching and otherwise, on Twitter. ~60 slides (including intro), presentation set to auto-advance slides every 10 seconds [2011/03/20]
[Teacherstream] is an occassional series of posts which I’ll do whenever I crowdsource Twitter, Facebook and other social media to get the views, opinions and information shared by people there.
[Teacherstream] Drawing in the English language classroom - Do you use drawing in your classroom? If so, what do you use it for and what do you and/or your students draw? If you don’t draw, why not?
[Teacherstream] Professional development – information about the DELTA - information that may be of use to those thinking about doing the Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults