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Category Archives: Shoshannah Hernandez

Modeling with Stories: A Text-driven Approach

Here at Master Teaching, we love books. In this week’s post, Shoshannah Hernandez shows how she models the text-driven approach for her pre- and in-service teachers and inspires them to use books to engage students in language learning.

November 30, 2022 · Leave a comment

Acting, Not Just Agreeing

Have you felt overwhelmed not only by the pandemic but also current events brought on in and as a result of COVID-19? As teachers who follow the Master Teacher, how do we respond in the face of inequality or injustice? The answer is not so different from our goals for student learning—We don’t stop at understanding but move forward by putting truth into practice.

September 8, 2021 · Leave a comment

Created with a Mind to Love, Learn, and Sacrifice

While attending this year’s TESOL convention, Shoshannah Hernandez heard about connections between affect, learning, and survival On that Good Friday, she saw deeper links between this research and a greater love. Pentecost seems an appropriate time to consider these connections.

May 16, 2018 · Leave a comment



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