Articles for Teachers

The Affective Filter -- Keith Brooks
Years ago I was teaching English in Korea when I noticed one student was staring at me like a deer staring into headlights. I was sure she was lost in the lesson. I then noticed her grades were ...

How to get a better English Teaching job -- Lily Ryan
One thing is certain – the current recession climate will only serve students of English to tighten their belts and reconsider private tutoring or taking language classes at all. Many companies ...

Teaching Reading -- Keith Brooks
Years ago I was teaching in Cambodia. During my morning prep time with several teachers it was revealed one teacher (not in the room at the time) was asking other teachers on how to teach reading. ...

"My Students are too Stupid to Learn" -- Keith
I never get angrier when I hear a teacher say this. Students are not too stupid to learn. The teachers, who say this, look at you and say that they (the students) just look at them with a blank ...

Interactive Classroom Activities -- Luciansw
Students learn through their participation in the attainment of knowledge by gathering information and processing it by solving problems and articulating what they have discovered. Each activity ...

Teaching Languages with Laughter -- Jessica
I first discovered laughter in 2008. I was in Oklahoma and saw a sign for Laughter Yoga, I went to a session and knew it would become a part of my life. As I traveled the world, I never forgot ...

Pros and cons of different career paths in education -- Silvana Mandero
Graduates of various teaching programs and those who would like to redirect their career path must consider different aspects of choosing from the options available within the educational services. ...

Classroom Introverts - How to Approach Them and Make Them Feel Safe -- Michelle
It's fair to say that most education systems aren't adapted to hosting introvert students. In fact, the most important institutions in our lives, such as schools and workplaces, all tend to ...

BYOD in the classroom - How to Convince Parents It's a Good Idea? -- Tess Pajaron
A successful introduction of a “bring your own device” (BYOD) program is a hard nut to crack. Headmasters and teachers should be prepared to face various challenges, such as developing a policy ...

Pros and cons of different career paths in education -- Silvana Mandero
Graduates of various teaching programs and those who would like to redirect their career path must consider different aspects of choosing from the options available within the educational services. ...

Using Parrots in the ESL Classroom -- Rita Corcoran Davis/American College of Education Capstone Assignment
Bird Brains Teaching English Rita Corcoran Davis Introduction Service animals have been used to assist people since the 1700’s. Even though visually impaired individuals have utilized dogs since ...
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