Monthly Archives: March 2016

How Linguisticator and ‘memory palaces’ can teach you a new language in weeks | Cambridge News


via How Linguisticator and ‘memory palaces’ can teach you a new language in weeks | Cambridge News   Check this out! We try to give you a similar structured experience on request.

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Katherine Bilsborough: Lesson plans – less is more


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5 Stupid Things We All Need to Stop Saying About Languages – Languages Around the Globe


Whether it’s ignorance, nationalism or a fruity sense of woooo, here are 5 stupid things we all need to stop saying about language. Source: 5 Stupid Things We All Need to Stop Saying About Languages – Languages Around the Globe

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April Fool’s Day in the Classroom: 8 Resources for Teachers


April Fool’s Day can be an excellent time to bring humor into the classroom. Use this list of prank ideas, humorous lesson plans, and other resources to help you celebrate at school. Source: April Fool’s Day in the Classroom: 8 … Continue reading

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Professional development 2: Working with minimal resources – teacher training in Mongolia


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Professional Development 1


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Welcome to the club!


Vera was our first horse, but we acquired her half wild and unbacked. After months of patient handling and lately some intensive work with Gislaine, she was backed yesterday and received her first lunging lesson with Mila today. Welcome to … Continue reading

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