I’ve browsed through some of the postings and comments on your blog after the closure of schools. One comment from you resonates in my mind and I paraphrase: that the future of the teaching of FL will be online.
In this comment-turned-post we see a few videos of how the Invisibles can be used in a Zoom setting.
Carly Edelman started with the Invisibles right away upon my return from New Delhi in 2016, by reading general articles I
Testing in CI classrooms is far more damaging than we think it is. It conflicts in the most serious manner with the real research about how people learn languages. We must work harder to take down this monster in our
I've known and worked with Diego Ojeda (Louisville, KY) for years and would like to formally welcome him into our group. Many of you know Diego as one of the premier presenters in the CI world and a true gentleman.
In their efforts to show that they are in line with the research and the buzz word of the day, CI , there are many language departments now claiming - innaccurately - that they do CI, and it's getting worse
For over 95% of our students, over all those years, being in my classes was little more for them than just a job, with little of the joy of communication, and too much memorization and focus on lists of words,
Yes. For most of my career, I can say that I, as a teacher, was more focused on myself and getting my own emotional needs met through teaching than trying to actually increase the acquisition of my students. It was
I believe that it is important for any professional in any field to have a mission statement. I never actually wrote one when, for the first 24 years of my career, I was teaching AP French Language and Literature, because