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The pandemic changed many things in the way education is delivered, but among the most important of these is the need to deliver remote digital learning in low resourced, low tech contexts. A number of tools emerged that […]
It’s always tempting at the beginning of a new year to look forward to what might be the new trends in the coming year. Looking around at a collection of blog posts and Edtech magazine articles, it looks […]
Well, this week has been a really interesting one for me, as the people at ASUS sent me a really nice little BR1100 notebook computer with an Intel Core Processor to evaluate. This is one of the first […]
As schools have shifted from face-to-face classes to online and remote delivery of learning, a range of new behavioural problems and classroom management challenges have emerged for many teachers. These problems may vary depending on the type of platform you are using to deliver your lessons, but some problems are common to all platforms.
Learning any language can be a challenge and we have to accept that making progress takes time and effort. To be a really successful language learner though you need to make the new language part of your life and part of what you do each day.
Delivering an online presentation can be a very different skill from presenting at a conference with a physical audience present. Here are a few tips and suggestions that I’ve gathered over the last 10+ years of delivering online training.
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