A fan of technology I often look for solutions online for the challenges I meet in class. One of my more exciting discoveries is the simplest tool ever: BrainpopELL. I was a bit worried about the childish video clips and... Continue Reading →
Yes. They just love the standard lessons. No surprises, please. Don’t get too creative. Don’t expect us to get too creative. The different, the irregular, changes are perceived as threats, scary stuff. It makes us uncomfortable. We love comfortable. These... Continue Reading →
So rather than starting a serious literary unit, I thought that an active project, which requires active research and creative doing, is the best way to start. Now, as we finished this project, I am afraid I won't live up to expectations for the rest of the year.
It’s a chasm between the happy people who can go offline, take a break from work, and the others, who live online, and hardly separate their lives from their careers. Those poor broken people, like me, who developed the online... Continue Reading →