Sunday, November 5, 2017
Thursday, August 31, 2017
This free 5-week course is a great opportunity for English teachers to improve their ways to teach grammar in a communicative way. I took it before and it was very amazing. By the end of this experience, teachers will learn new strategies, approaches, perspectives and practical examples that can make a difference in their classes.
Where: Online for FREE
Friday, July 28, 2017
EdmodoCon is an online global event where educators from around the world connect with each other to share how they are using Edmodo and other digital tools to personalize learning. EdmodoCon will help you collaborate with other teachers, discover valuable new resources, and harness the power of edtech in your classroom.
Saturday, May 6, 2017
Are you a teacher?
Do you want to update your expertise for FREE?
If yes, here is a great opportunity for K-12 teachers to merge technology into their teaching using Google tools.
It is a FREE online teacher event offered by Simplek12 on May 20, 2017 ...
For a day,
you will enjoy the following 6 sessions:
Monday, February 20, 2017
"Tell Your Story in English: Reading & Writing Skills for Language Learners" course is offered by Oregon University for FREE. It is designed to help develop English language skills by reading and writing personal stories. You will learn to write sentences more accurately, choose the right vocabulary, and organize ideas more clearly to tell a story that others enjoy reading. You will meet and work with other English language learners from around the world while improving your English for academic or professional purposes.
It is time to write creatively. Why not?
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
I ❤️ Microsoft simply because this company helps me as a teacher to equip myself in this digital world for FREE; yes for FREE. Working with edX platform, it offers a great bunch of online courses that can "guide K-12 school and education system leaders in developing their teachers, enhancing classroom learning and improving student outcomes in innovative effective digital schools."
Don't miss this opportunity and register Now!
Friday, December 16, 2016
"A man can do no more than he can."
I totally disagree with this proverb. If I do not have something, it is me who truly feels how much I need it. I do not talk about feelings only, but knowledge and skills as well. As a teacher, I am not always good at teaching all areas of English language. When I recognize my disability or lack, I work hard to improve that and prove to myself that I can do it.
That's why you should look inside yourself from time to time to talk to the self and listen to your inner voice.
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
I did not write a lot this year as I was a little bit busy working on my PhD. Believe me, I missed it so much, but you know time is so limited. I hope 2016 will be a great year full of more learning and thus more reflections to flourish my digital space. Before saying Goodbye to 2015, I just wanted to share some posts that were frequently viewed by my readers.
My selection is based on two criteria:
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Seven years ago, finding books related to the areas of my research was like a headache. This is maybe because I didn't know more about the power of the Internet. But now, it is like a piece of cake. Taking an online course by Google about searching, following people via social media and spending much time browsing, I have learned some ways that I consider helpful to any researcher. In this post, I will tell you some tips and tricks that can help you to find what you need:
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Metacognition and reflection are often used inter-changeably in educational conversations. However, there is a definite distinction between these two terms. Metacognition is the one that is often misused and understood among educators, teachers and researchers. I always read and hear that it simply means "thinking about thinking."
What does it mean?
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Making tutorials for my students and other colleagues is a daily activity as a teacher. I already use Snagit program that helps me to capture my screen, add my annotations, and then save it as an image file. For many years, it works well with me. However, one needs more. That's why I share with you a free screenshot tool from Microsoft called Snip with many other fabulous features.
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
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It is not the degree of education you have got that matters, but your passion and desire for lifelong learning and updating your knowledge regularly. As a result of the rapid changes in our life maybe because of the technology revolution, we must equip ourselves with many skills that are urgent in the 21st century. I know you are so busy and have no enough time to spend in a face-to-face training for example. Actually, I have the same problem. As a teacher, I have to upgrade my ways of teaching every year under the pressure of my limited time.
So, what is the solution?
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Connecting to other educators online and listening to their experiences, tips, and successful practices is my primary pathway to lifelong learning and improving my teaching skills. Teacher Entrepreneurship Week held on August 24-27, 2015 is a great opportunity for teachers to update their expertise and try to cope up with all the recent trends of teaching and learning.
In case you missed this event, here is all the stuff recorded on YouTube.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Do you want to improve your blogging skills? Are you looking for an opportunity to write for an authentic audience? Have you ever thought of yourself blogging as a pro? Blogging University offers a bunch of mini courses on September 2015 to help you achieve these goals above.
Why not register now and get started?