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Sweden’s School Without Walls: Is This The Future?

Vittra’s Telefonplan School is a visually stunning school. As an educator, the first thought you have when you see it is , literally, “Wow! That’s one cool school…” Or maybe you ask yourself this question: “Is this the school of … Continue reading

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Redes de Docentes de Inglés: Comunidades de aprendizaje integradas por profesores/as de inglés de distintos establecimientos

• Redes de Docentes de Inglés Fuente: Mineduc – Programa Inglés Abre Puertas (PIAP) Las Redes de Docentes de Inglés (RDI) son comunidades de aprendizaje integradas por profesores/as de inglés de distintos establecimientos, que se reúnen una vez al mes … Continue reading

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My #CCK11 Experience: What Learning in a MOOC is Like

My #CCK11 Experience: What Learning in a MOOC is Like Posted on June 2, 2012 by Thomas Jerome Baker Currently, there are two ways to find out what learning in a massive, open, online course is like: One, you can … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: The “Open English” Phenomenon (Fluency Guaranteed)

It is perhaps the most well-known fact about teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) that many students often graduate from high school without the ability to speak English fluently, despite having studied the language from 8 to 12 years. … Continue reading

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