Reblogs – The childhood lessons that saved our lives in the face of the pandemics

Part of my most recent training was dedicated to the cross-disciplinary sharing of knowledge among fellow teachers. Through role-play activities and games, English teachers introduce, demonstrate, and rationalize the methods of teaching they adopt. They let their Japanese co-workers experience for themselves the effectiveness of learner-centered instruction and the way they help students build […]The … Continue reading Reblogs – The childhood lessons that saved our lives in the face of the pandemics

The Silence in Classrooms

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The silence in classrooms mean more than they seem for some its fear of not knowingfor some fear they will be questioned the unknownfor some its rule to obey to avoid being punishedfor some its actually listening while others are pretending Silence in classrooms should come from listening , looking and learning ,connecting to something … Continue reading The Silence in Classrooms