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πŸ‘‰ How Can We Make Emergency Remote Teaching More Effective with a Limited Amount of Time?

Hello, my dear colleagues! πŸ“’ I was selected as one of the 10 DipTESOL Scholarship Contest finalists a few weeks ago. I didn’t get the scholarship, but I am still proud to be selected among so many other educators. These were the participation steps Step 1: Make a video (maximum 90 seconds) where you briefly demonstrate …

2nd Pan-European Conference on Distance Teaching: Learning from Best Practice by Primera – Reflection

Hello, my dear colleagues! Last week I presented at a distance learning conference organized by Primera that focused on sharing examples of good practice. Here is what they say at Primera about the objectives of their conference: Many teachers made distance teaching effective. Our role as the Erasmus+ courses provider is to make them visible. At Primera, we …

Think Like a Teenager – 10 Methods to Motivate Teenage Learners

Teenagers can be notoriously difficult to motivate. Yes, that’s true. Instead of playing the blame-game and figuring out who is to blame for their lack of engagement, we should try to observe the world from their perspective. We were once teenagers, and we need to use that experience to engage and motivate our teenage learners. …