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Blogging: the argument for blogging the Dublin EFL Classroom
Transcript of Blogging: the argument for blogging the Dublin EFL Classroom
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As soon as they know it's ok to respect their own work and their students.
As soon as you allow for mistakes.
As soon as you are ready to not read every post and trust that they like their learners and learning.
When you don't own them.
to encourage the development of professionalism
to investigate the methods in the private English
to begin addressing the knock-on effects of
technology on communication in education
to prepare for other ends
to think about what we're doing
Not tech champions
Not Directors of Studies
On the www: blogspot, wordpress...
Not in a proprietary space.
Commit to them
I don't really know,
We in private language schools know that the experience a student has at our school is only as good the least committed teacher.
Learn about them.
We can't perfect all of our practices in private.
Our images of teaching make up our expectations
The tools we provide our learners only reflect our imaginings of what they need ...or they are copies of someone else. Using copies kills the critical, creative immense value of working with real students.
What do they have to say?
What are they so good at?
What are you getting at?
What will we learn from
We'll find out about us.
We'll find out that our small conversation only becomes important when we...
"Ring the bells that still can ring.
Forget your perfect offering.
There is a crack in everything.
That's how the light gets in."
, Leonard Cohen