School and Education Category

I’ve been working on a new post this weekend, a reflection on my own development as a teacher and all the footprints…

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This month I’ve had my head full of “spring” and in particular that spring some 50 years ago in 1968 when…

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Over the years, spending time with thousands of new or budding teachers – I’ve thought and thought and thought…

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This post isn't really about regrets. It is about "Best Teacher" contests and awards. But if you read to the end,…

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The world of English language teaching is changing and it is best we all get on the new train which eschews many…

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Having recently stepped back from in-class teaching, I’m starting to see the forest for the trees and been thinking…

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I’m still plugging away on my book, tentatively titled “School’s Out Forever” – a play on the famous cry of…

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Today , us English language teachers face a world that is very fractured, post-modernist and with many dimensions. It…

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 One thing that I’ve concluded after a few decades in school systems is they operate with a profound distrust…

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This is not a post about teachers being funny and capturing students’ attention through jokes, humor. Rather, it is…

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These spring, sunny days, I’ve been thinking lots about the role education plays in the “success” of a society,…

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The more, the longer I’m involved in education, the more clearly I’m able to see the forest for the trees. Truly.…

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