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#Teach2Teach Question 1: The Great Balancing Act

What’s the number one problem in world language teaching? I’d be super interested to hear your answer.  After careful thought, here’s mine: Teacher Training Programs I have the great privilege… Continue Reading →

January 22, 2015 2 Comments

All new resource: Battleship for es / está

It’s always exciting for me to announce a resource release!  Today on the blog and on my Teachers Pay Teachers store I’m releasing a new FREE resource as I explore… Continue Reading →

January 19, 2015 2 Comments

2015 Resolution #3, Expand your learning network: New blogs to watch

My first two suggestions for resolutions for 2015 were intended to push for a more positive note in world language teaching in 2015: for us to stop beating ourselves up… Continue Reading →

January 14, 2015 3 Comments