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Five Minute Friday- Teaching Free Writing


Note:  This post was originally posted this morning on adaptivelearnin.com.  With the transition to the new website, I will be reposting some of the posts here for you, the readers.  Check out and follow the new site for updates on all posts.  There will be new guest contributions coming soon.  On adaptivelearnin I have featured Five Minute … Continue reading

Coming to the U.S. as an International Student: A Comprehensive Guide


Preparing to move to the U.S. for college is a daunting task. You have to obtain the right documentation, figure out how to pay for school and move away from your family and friends to a foreign country. But don’t feel intimidated – many international students before you have gone through the same thing and … Continue reading

The Failure of Standardized Tests – An Open Letter to Policy Makers, Voters, Educators & Parents


Dear Policy Makers, Voters, Parents, and Educators: I fail standardized assessments regardless of what type of extra help I receive. Below is my story of what would happen if I was a public school student in today’s schools: my bad test taking would cause my school to be labeled as poor, and my teacher and … Continue reading

Adaptivelearnin.com- ESL through Information & Communication Technologies


As I indicated in a previous post, I have started adaptivelearnin.com.  I have huge plans for this website, but it will take time to build.  This WordPress.com blog for now will remain active.  Currently, I am starting to post some on the new adaptivelearnin.com website. Today I posted about ESL through Information & Communication Technologies … Continue reading

Five Minute Friday: Character Traits a Friend Should Have


It’s Five Minute Friday time!  Remember you too can join in this “writing flash mob” and/or do it with your students.  It’s a simple and quick free writing exercise.  Read my post introducing Five Minute Friday for details on how to participate.  Also, check out how to incorporate Five Minute Friday with creating interactive posters … Continue reading

Study Abroad Destinations You Haven’t Thought Of Yet: 4 African Countries That Will Enrich Your Education


Africa might not have been the first continent to come to mind when mapping out your study abroad destination, but this often overlooked region offers more enriching opportunities and inspiring experiences than you might think. Each country in Africa has its own unique culture and education system that can give students a well-rounded understanding of … Continue reading

Five Minute Friday: Ready, Set, Jump


It’s Five Minute Friday time!  Remember you too can join in this “writing flash mob” and/or do it with your students.  It’s a simple and quick free writing exercise.  Read my post introducing Five Minute Friday for details on how to participate.  Also, check out how to incorporate Five Minute Friday with creating interactive posters … Continue reading

ABC’s and essays. Teaching mixed level TEFL classes!


ABC’s and essays. Teaching mixed level TEFL classes! Classes with mixed level students are something that every TEFL teacher will come across sooner or later. So, how can you make sure that both types of students learn in your class without anyone getting bored, insecure or left behind? Here at i-to-i we’ve trained over 120,000 … Continue reading

Five Minute Friday: The Here and Now


It’s Five Minute Friday time!  Remember you too can join in this “writing flash mob” and/or do it with your students.  It’s a simple and quick free writing exercise.  Read my post introducing Five Minute Friday for details on how to participate.  Also, check out how to incorporate Five Minute Friday with creating interactive posters … Continue reading

5 ways to get the most out of your college experience


Many adults point to college as one of the most exciting and memorable times of their lives. That can saddle future college students with a sense of pressure to capture a college experience that lives up to everyone’s expectations. In practice, figuring out how to go about wrangling that timeless experience isn’t as easy as … Continue reading

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