Just a flash update today…
We recently had to recall a Hawaiian folk tale that we read in class together last week, and then retell it in our own words from memory – all in Hawaiian! 206 more words
Full disclosure: I had to WordReference the Spanish word for scary for my title.
As I described in my latest blogpost, I mentioned how right at the end of summer I decided that I NEEDED to get my trilingual certificate because I have major FOMO and I have graduation goggles on, so I want to make sure that I get as much out of my Glendon experience as possible… 359 more words
If you want a country to thrive, you have to educate its children. This cause-and-effect equation has become a mantra of the Obama presidency; he’s used it to push for more investment in the school system, and held education out as the nugget of hope to fight off doomsayers. 658 more words
How should teachers use ‘authentic’ texts in class? Author, trainer and teacher Rachael Roberts gives valuable advice on the example of newspapers.
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