May 24, 2016

Favorite excerpts from “Everyday” by David Levithan

This month I read “Everyday” by David Levithan for the monthly book club I lead. In the book discussion, everyone agreed it was a beautifully written […]
May 19, 2016

Mi Adicción

Eres la droga que no pude dejar, que derrumbó mi castillo de cristal. Y no quise reconocer que sólo me dabas felicidad por instantes.   Eres la […]
May 19, 2016

Lo Siento

Cuánto lo siento por todas las cosas que has tenido que pasar estando a mi lado. Lo siento si te hice creer que para mí tu compañía […]
May 17, 2016

Providing written feedback through color-coding

This year I taught 7th grade literature and there was a lot of writing to be done. This was followed, of course, by a lot of […]
May 2, 2016

TESOL 2016 highlights (Part 3 – using & teaching with technology)

Here is a summary of my favorite technology oriented sessions. Practice-oriented session: “Making instructional videos: The Technology, Planning and On-Camera Delivery” I attended a session on […]
April 26, 2016

TESOL HIGHLIGHTS (Part 2 – Pronunciation)

While at the TESOL convention, I also attended sessions regarding pronunciation teaching. I was delighted to see research being carried out in this field. However, I […]
April 21, 2016

TESOL 2016 highlights (part 1- writing and assessment)

This year I had the opportunity not only to attend the TESOL 2016 convention in Baltimore, but also to present. In a future post I will […]
March 23, 2016
Sin título
Pasó mi vida. Pasó la tuya. Pasó el tiempo. Pasaste tú. ¿Qué pasó?
March 23, 2016

ƃuᴉddᴉlɟ my teaching pronunciation course

Flipped learning seems to be the buzz word these days, but more than just a word that is buzzing in the academic conversations, it is becoming […]