Here are some useful tips I found at the Edublogger web-page on how to write better blog posts and get more readers! It applies both
Month: April 2011
English as a global language – don’t insist on English!
TED Talks At TEDxDubai, longtime English teacher Patricia Ryan asks a provocative question: Is the world’s focus on English preventing the spread of great ideas
Students creating content online – Live Internet Radio Show
Assessing students’ communication skills In Norway the students get two grades in the class called “International English”assessing the students communicative skills is one! The curriculum
Free Documentary TV – Watch Free Documentaries
Free Documentary TV is designed to help you find and watch documentary films online. You can browse through 1700+ films on Free Documentary TV or
International guest visits our International English class!
Today, our class had a visitor from Lesotho. Lesotho is a country in the Southern part of Africa. It is surrounded by South-Africa, and it
10 rules schools should follow in order to sustain engaging learning with the students
I had a great day yesterday at the It’s learning conference in Bergen and today I have taken some time to look over my RSS
Itslearning conference with Michael B. Horn
I took an early plane to Bergen on the 11th of April to attend the It’s learning’s pre-conference with Michael B. Horn. Since I have
Who speaks English?
Competency goals: One of the competency goals in “International English” goes like this: Give examples of other varieties of English than those that are used
How to make a splash in social media
Take a look at this 3 minutes presentation on TED. Do you see any areas where you as students could make a splash! In a
The media’s role in international society
While news from Iran streams to the world, Clay Shirky shows how Facebook, Twitter and TXTs help citizens in repressive regimes to report on real