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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

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

Five Minute Friday- What Mamma Did


So, here’s the cool new thing that I’m starting which will be happening on adaptivelearnin every Friday, Five Minute Friday.  What is Five Minute Friday?  Check the link out for details from Lisa-Jo Baker on her blog.  She’s the one who started it.  Basically, tons of bloggers are doing Five Minute Friday every Friday.  As Lisa … Continue reading

Blog Challenge- 17 Inspirational Pins that Teach Character & Courage


Here are 17 inspirational pins I found on Pinterest which teach character that I would like to share with you. These sayings could be used as inspirational and motivational teaching moments for students.  Read them and brainstorm ways you could use these sayings to teach character and courage.  Students need to be taught how to … Continue reading

Bottom-up Teaching: Lessons Learned from My Special Needs Aunt


I have a special needs aunt and she has had the greatest influence on my teaching abilities.  My aunt has taught me skills that are valuable to any content area and profession.  What has she taught me?  How can you apply what she has taught me?  I share with you in hope that you too … Continue reading

Give Students a Voice Through Blogging


Writing is one of the key skills that students, particularly those in high school, need to put effort into developing. Rather than assigning boring reports or essays, one of the best ways to help students write is to give them a chance to write about the things they are genuinely interested in. As students head … Continue reading

Unilateral Voyage in Mission: “Possibility”


I wrote this several years ago for a school I worked at, as a thank you and goodbye.  And to say, “even though I’m leaving we are still in this vision together to reach and help students succeed.  We are in this journey together to support students in reaching their goals no matter the obstacles … Continue reading

Adaptive Learning and the Non-Traditional Student


Guest blogger, author and contributor of this post is Zach Buckley.  Zach Buckley is a freelance writer who is interested in exploring the intersection of culture, science and education.  He lives in the Midwest and enjoys music, literature and good food.   The average modern student is no longer average. Today, students come from all … Continue reading

Feature Clip: Teacher Vacation…Island of No Return


How many of you feel like this? How many of you want peace and quiet away from school-related work while you are on your spring break, summer break and vacations? This is the life!  Right? I created this video about 5 months ago while trying to test out using GoAnimate. It is fitting to share … Continue reading

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