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Happy New (School) Year

“Happy New Year” wishes normally come for everyone around the beginning of January every year. Only if you are a teacher or a student do you appreciate this wish twice a year – early January and early September, when schools start, at least in Greece! And, if you are a teacher, new years always begin in September and last until the end of August, every time! That is when you make sure you have re-arranged your home desk, bookcase and household to best serve your needs (hoping it will last the…See More
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BRAGGING ABOUT SHARING

Photo CreditsDear ELT colleagues,I am talking to you, who love your job and do it the best way you can! I am talking to you, who do not blog about it, or share your ideas through social media because you do not happen to know how to, or do not have the time to! I am also talking to you, who may not…See More
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Vivi Hamilou commented on Vivi Hamilou's blog post THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM – LESSON 1 – DEGREES OF ADJECTIVES
"@Aaron A. McLeary, That was only a two-times thing actually and the hard work of materials preparation (videos, interactive games for homework and in-classroom activities) had been completed by a Greek colleague who meant to try them but…"
Apr 26, 2017
Aaron A. McLeary commented on Vivi Hamilou's blog post THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM – LESSON 1 – DEGREES OF ADJECTIVES
"Vivi,  I noticed that you are conducting Flip Classroom teaching style. I was wondering was it difficult to set up and are you the only teacher in your school that is doing it?"
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Happy New (School) Year

Posted on September 4, 2017 at 12:34am 0 Comments

happy new school year

“Happy New Year” wishes normally come for everyone around the beginning of January every year. Only if you are a teacher or a student do you appreciate this wish twice a year – early January and early September, when schools start, at least in Greece! And, if you are a teacher, new years always begin in September and last until the end of August, every time! That is when you make sure you have re-arranged your home desk, bookcase and…

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BRAGGING ABOUT SHARING

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THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM – LESSON 1 – DEGREES OF ADJECTIVES

Posted on April 9, 2017 at 4:23am 2 Comments

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Primary School of Sourpi

I wish there were words to describe the look on everybody’s faces today (including mine!) during the in-class activities of our first flipped classroom lesson (you can see …

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