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Linguacafé: The idea that rocked my interpersonal world

What would you do if you had taught high school Spanish for years and then suddenly you were given new responsibilities involving… KINDERGARTEN?! If you’re like me, your first day… Continue Reading →

November 17, 2014 0 Comments

What we learned at IFLTA ’14: Everyone struggles, Culture leads

Since I had my precious Cottrell-itos on my trip to the annual conference of the Indiana Foreign Language Teacher’s Association, I didn’t get to spend as much time involved in… Continue Reading →

November 8, 2014 4 Comments

TCI in the shadow of [grammar-focused] common assessment

After I get a question repeated to me a certain number of times via Twitter, comments, or emails, I know it’s time for a blog post. The Great Dilemma If… Continue Reading →

October 30, 2014 2 Comments