‘By Request – Ten Helpful Resources for Middle School and High School Math Teachers’ by Richard Byrne

Richard Byrne’s latest blog post is titled “By Request – Ten Helpful Resources for Middle School and High School Math Teachers”.

Richard says, “Recently, on the Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page someone asked for suggestions for math resources for grades 7-12. That covers a broad range of topics in math, but I’ve done my best to cobble together a list of resources that I think will help middle school and high school math teachers and their students. I have not included the obvious option of Khan Academy.”

By Request – Ten Helpful Resources for Middle School and High School Math Teachers

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‘Interdental L for Emphasis’ by Neal Whitman

Neal Whitman’s latest blog post is titled “Interdental L for Emphasis”.

Neal says, ““Who put Blackfish on our Netflix queue?” my wife asked.“Oh, that was me. Entertainment Weekly recommended it.”She didn’t want to watch it, though, so I ended up watching the documentary on killer whales in captivity myself, while I wrapped Christmas presents last week. It was a well-done film, and it was short enough that I even watched the DVD extras while I finished wrapping. They included an interview with marine biologist Dr. Naomi Rose, in a segment called “The Truth About Wild Whales.””

Interdental L for Emphasis

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‘Three books’ by Evan Frendo

Evan Frendo’s latest blog post is titled “Three books”.

Evan says, “This year has seen the publication of some really excellent books for anyone teaching English for the Workplace. I thought it might be nice to finish off the year with short descriptions of three of my favourites. Exploring Professional Communication – Stephanie Schnurr  (Routledge).”

Three books

 Evan Frendo’s Blog

’20+ Tips and Resources to Engage Learners with Comics’ by Shelly Terrell

Shelly Terrell’s latest blog post is titled “Included in the Digital Tips Advent Calendar and part of the Effective Technology Integration category

At a young age, I was interested in comic books, which was really how I learnt to read. ~ Nicholas Cage

Comics can be powerful learning tools. The mix of art, dialogue, character expressions, and frames engages learners and is brain-friendly.”

20+ Tips and Resources to Engage Learners with Comics

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‘Presenting the Plenaries – Part One’ by Vicky Loras

Vicky Loras’s latest blog post is titled “Presenting the Plenaries – Part One”.

Vicky says, “At ELTForum.sk, we are delighted to announce the first of our plenary speakers, who is none other than Professor David Crystal! We are honoured to have Professor Crystal as our keynote speaker at our June conference, where he will speak from his wealth of knowledge and expertise as the world’s foremost English linguist.”

Presenting the Plenaries – Part One

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