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Waste pedagogies: Acts of forgetting and remembering


Nail clippings, cut-off price tags, emptied plastics and coffee filters– the waste bin under my kitchen sink whispers a story of who I am and what I do. 416 more words


The New Twitter

Recently I posted on the value of Twitter in the classroom. As Twitter has fully embraced the extension to 280 characters, I’m wondering how this changes my use in the classroom. 662 more words


We Teach Languages Episode 28: Teaching Vocabulary for Acquisition with Joe Barcroft, Part I

In episode 28, Stacey interviews Joe Barcroft, a professor and researcher specializing in vocabulary acquisition. His articles appear in journals such as Studies in Second Language Acquisition, Language Learning, The Modern Language Journal, Foreign Language Annals, and others. 123 more words

WTL Podcast Episodes

Want a Full Sound? Vibrate!

Low brass players necessarily have a great interest in learning to efficiently and effectively move air through their instruments. Tubas and bass and contrabass trombones require that their players generate tremendous airflow in order to produce and sustain a tone, and the euphonium, baritone, and smaller trombones are not far behind. 753 more words

Teaching Low Brass

Where did trust go? Strategies to earn your students' trust

After several months into the school year, you might find that you have established positive relationships with most of your students… but maybe not all of them. 675 more words


Measure for Measure and Rape Culture

With all the press around prominent men abusing their power lately, it’s perhaps natural that people have been reminded of Shakespeare and Middleton’s “problem play”  467 more words