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The Teacher’s Survival Kit for Lesson Planning! Tips & 1000s of Free Lesson Plans

Goal 16: Plan An Engaging Lesson of The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators  I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think. – Socrates Lesson planning is stressful and time-consuming, but is important in giving us an action plan for the entire school year. The way we design our curriculums and the activities we use will determine how successful our Read full article »

My Favourite Sites for Teaching Phrasal Verbs by Janet Bianchini

Part of the Cool Sites series An Xtranormal Kind of Introduction Teaching phrasal verbs is my favourite activity of all!  Why is this so?  Well, in my experience, I have found that students generally don't like studying them because they find them "too difficult, miss!"  I set out from elementary level to train my students not to be afraid of them, Read full article »

My Favourite Tools by Alexandra Francisco

Part of the Cool Sites weekly series! Like most of us, I have only just recently (about a year ago) began to use web2.0 tools in my classes. It wasn't easy at first. There is a myriad of tools at our disposal and new ones keep emerging at such speed that it's enough to make your head spin. So, when I Read full article »

Cool “Collaborative” Sites by Özge Karaoğlu

Collaboration has become the key concept to learn and engage ourselves through web. Web tools offer us the opportunity to collaborate and learn from each other; so this week, I would like to share my top collaborative tools for Shelly’s Cool Sites Series. Palbee is a free online service that allows you to set up online video meetings with your Read full article »

5 Cool Sites

Every week, I share my favorite finds in this weekly series! Test these tools out. If you want instant access to these fantastic websites connect with me on Google reader! Cutting Edge Technology Wiki David Kapuler has created an amazing wiki dedicated to various Web 2.0 technologies. The wiki provides information on various tools, such as nings, blogs, and PLNs (personal learning Read full article »

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