“Tell Your Story in English: Reading & Writing Skills for Language Learners” course is offered by Oregon University for FREE. It is designed to help develop English language skills by reading and writing personal stories. You will learn to write sentences more accurately, choose the right vocabulary, and organize ideas more clearly to tell a story that others enjoy reading. You will meet and work with other English language learners from around the world while improving your English for academic or professional purposes.
I totally disagree with this proverb. If I do not have something, it is me who truly feels how much I need it. I do not talk about feelings only, but knowledge and skills as well. As a teacher, I am not always good at teaching all areas of English language. When I recognize my disability or lack, I work hard to improve that and prove to myself that I can do it.
It is not the degree of education you have got that matters, but your passion and desire for lifelong learning and updating your knowledge regularly. As a result of the rapid changes in our life maybe because of the technology revolution, we must equip ourselves with many skills that are urgent in the 21st century. I know you are so busy and have no enough time to spend in a face-to-face training for example. Actually, I have the same problem. As a teacher, I have to upgrade my ways of teaching every year under the pressure of my limited time.
Connecting to other educators online and listening to their experiences, tips, and successful practices is my primary pathway to lifelong learning and improving my teaching skills. Teacher Entrepreneurship Week held on August 24-27, 2015 is a great opportunity for teachers to update their expertise and try to cope up with the most recent trends of teaching and learning.
In case you missed this event, here is all the stuff recorded on YouTube.
Originally posted on The Daily Post: September is a big month for Blogging U! Get your blog off the ground with Blogging 101: Zero to Hero, help it reach more readers with Blogging 201: Branding and Growth, or cultivate a writing…
During week #3 of the “#blogging101” course, Michelle W. shared Unsplash; a very great site including lots of FREE images. According to its team,” All photos published on Unsplash are licensed under Creative Commons Zerowhich means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including commercial purposes, without asking for any permission.
I just wanted to share it with you all. The images are of a high resolution taking from so creative angles. One can use it adding his or her touches with the help of photo editors like PicMonkey.
For inspiration, check out this link. You will find lots of creative ideas. Please, enjoy! 🙂
As a teacher, I will download some catchy images with clear messages and use them as a warm-up or an ice-breaking activity with my students. Just to refresh their schemata and bring life into…
Cost:FREE Where: Online When: Tuesday, August 4, 2015 Time: 7:00 AM – 4:45 PM PDT [View all time zones]
EdmodoCon is a live online event where educators from around the world connect with each other to share how they are using Edmodo and other digital tools to personalize learning. It is designed to help you partner with other teachers, discover valuable new resources, and feel inspired to harness the power of edtech in your classroom.
Take a journey through my minds eye, walk with me as I explore the shore lines of Jamaica, float away with me as I write my way into self discovery. Poems, short stories and personal thoughts about life.