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Performance Appraisals are the Backbone of Employee Retention

Performance appraisals are important to the extent that they help organizations keep good employees or make them leave. That is why there has to be real purpose in appraising performance. 84 more words

Human Resources Training

Transcript of Episode 36 with Rich Madel

Transcript of Ep 36: A Departmental Shift to IPA-based Units with Rich Madel

Narrator:  This is “We Teach Languages,” a podcast about language teaching from diverse perspectives of real teachers. 3,351 more words

Interview With A Teacher

We Teach Languages Episode 36: A Departmental Shift to IPA-based Units with Rich Madel

In episode 36, Stacey asks Rich Madel, a secondary Spanish teacher and department chair in Pennsylvania, about how he and his colleagues moved from a textbook-based curriculum to IPA-based units that build on authentic resources using backward design. 135 more words

WTL Podcast Episodes

We Teach Languages Episode 34: Assessments, Affect, and Proficiency Goals with Raul Rosales

In episode 34, Danielle Dorvil interviews Professor Raul Rosales Herrera, Associate Professor of Spanish at Drew University. Raul discusses his perspective on excellent language teaching and the goals he and his institution have set for students. 100 more words

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It’s Time to Go Ninja!

Who “woulda thunk it” possible to be swept up…or is swept out more appropriate…into the chaos of three corporate downsizing events in less than seven years? 1,842 more words

Continuous Learning

new year, new you!

new year’s eve, for me, is a great night.  i’ve done a million different things on NYE – gone to times square to watch the ball drop, been skiing with friends, and danced the night away more times that i can count.  294 more words

We Teach Languages Episode 33: 2017 Year End Wrap Up

In episode 33, Stacey talks about how the podcast grew in 2017, some of the themes and highlights from the year, and how listeners can get involved as guests and contributors in 2018. 66 more words

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