Note: I'm coaching a Chinese teacher on the Invisibles. Here are some questions that she asked. They cover more than Chinese instruction, so even if you don't teach Chinese you may want to give this a quick read, if you
Alisa and I shared an interesting email thread today. She wrote:
The place where I'm consulting [ed. note: a Hebrew School in NYC] has a very intense testing culture. As they become schooled in CI, the principal of the junior high,
From Alisa who teaches both Spanish and Hebrew in Chicago. Hers is an important question and maybe someone in the group can suggest a possible direction, although the questioner herself is a world expert in the field, but in the
Diane and I have communicated recently on Mandarin here on the PLC lately. It is a subject I know nothing about. I have spent, however, years teaching across the hallway from Annick Chen and Linda Li in two different schools.
Diane has been with us here in the PLC for many years. She started out in Chicago, moved to Denver I think around four years ago, taught at Valor Christian High School and now has a big announcement for us,