Latest Posts

Explain Everything is a fabulous app with that can be utilized by both teachers and students. Below is a simply activity that takes little time to prepare but can have a big impact on your students usage of vocabulary in a conversation. In my class, I wanted my students to review and use the vocabulary

Pinterest for Teachers

Thursday, 13 February 2014 by

Have you thought about using Pinterest for getting new teaching ideas or resources? It is a great way to collect articles, lesson plan ideas or resources for your classroom. Think of it like a bunch on notes you’ve pinned on a board, but they stay organized, you can add as many as you want without

Happy Birthday Mac!

Tuesday, 04 February 2014 by

Okay, I admit. I’m an Apple fan, but even if I weren’t, you have to agree they have a great marketing team that inspires creativity. Wouldn’t it be interesting to see what our students would film in one day on the iPad? Maybe, they could collaborate with schools in other countries to create their own

Social media is not only great to use in your classroom, but it is a fabulous way to collaborate, find solutions to problems and get inspiration from other teachers. I’ve been a big resister to Twitter from the start. What is a #hashtag and why is everyone tweeting about what they ate that morning? I

No matter how technically savvy a teacher may be, they still need to have the social skills and desire to help their students in order to be a great teacher. There is no app for the social connection between a teacher and their students. This is something we all need to keep in mind when

Useful iPad course in

Tuesday, 28 January 2014 by

There is a course in that goes through some of the key features of using iPads in the classroom. For those of us already using the iPads in our classes, this could be a good review and you may learn some new tips and tricks, such as how to extend your battery life. Unfortunately,