As the school year draws to a close in many parts of the world, this readers’ favorite from our building blocks of teaching series is well-timed. May it inspire reflection on growth happening in your classroom and the Master Teacher’s!
With wisdom from her long years as both teacher and teacher trainer, Marilyn Lewis closes out our series on the building blocks of teaching by talking about reflection.
TESOL teacher mentors Bridget Watson and Robin Schmidt continue our series on the building blocks of teaching by talking about an important aspect of classroom management.
When I was teaching intercultural communication here in China, every year on end-of-semester feedback at least one student would say something like: I really liked this class and learned a … Continue reading
My ideas about teaching greatly changed…I [came] to realize teaching is not a random choice of many activities without purpose. Teaching is like a journey which has its beginning point … Continue reading
Materials are anything used in a lesson to transfer knowledge and/or skills to the students. The most common materials are print. The most common of those is the textbook. The role … Continue reading