Archives for Interviews

Cultural and Language Struggles: Interview with a Teacher in Honduras

Natelee with a student This is part of the World Education Blog's #TeacherTuesday project in which they share interviews with ┬áteachers from around the world. Stay tuned for the next interview which features a┬áteacher who ran secret schools during the Taliban's era in order to make sure girls could continue their education. You will find these interviews posted under the Read full article »

11 Random Facts

This post is different from my usual ones, because I'm participating in a blogging meme, in which you get to find out 11 facts about me. I think this meme would be a great way to motivate language learners to write and learn more about each other. It's a great way to build a community, especially online. The mission: 1. Acknowledge the Read full article »

Interview: Tyson & Rocco Seburn & the Klingon Scandal

Tyson Seburn (@seburnt) is an incredibly multi-talented ELT star in our Personal/Passionate Learning Network! In Canada, he stays busy running his own website, CourseTree, managing an industry book distributor, conducting webinars, and teaching in the International Foundation Program at University of Toronto. Avid tweeter and blogger, his current area of interest is purposeful integration of online technology in the classroom. Read full article »

Kinect and Game/Gesture-based Learning: Interview with Johnny Kissko

Interview 16 of Education Voices This week I had time to catch up with Johnny Kissko (@JohnnyEducation) on Skype. Johnny is a math teacher in Lubbock who is passionate about the potential of various technologies integrated effectively into the curriculum. What do we mean by effectively? In his interview, you will discover that he envisions and develops online communities where technology Read full article »

A Student’s Voice about Technology & Learning: Interview with Shantanu Bala

Interview 15 of Education Voices In the move for education transformation, we need to listen to many voices including students. I was fortunate to meet high school student and web developer, Shantanu Bala. We met online while collaborating on a project to further improve education. Shantanu is a high school student who developed this really cool software to help his fellow Read full article »

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