Αγγλικά

  • Healthy Little Eaters (www.healthylittleeaters.gr)
    Spyridoula Kokkali
      The beginning “Healthy Little Eaters” was set in motion in 2014 at “Spyridoula Kokkali” Foreign Language School in Acharavi, Corfu, as a project of healthy eating, compost-making and organic farming. It aimed at r...
  • Holistic child acquirers vs. analytical adult learners
    Leo Selivan
    One of the most widely debated issues in applied linguistics is why adults rarely reach the same level of proficiency in a second language (L2) as those who embarked on their L2 learning journey in their childhood. The n...
  • Learning Differences: Overcoming emotional learning blocks in students with learning and/or behavioral challenges.
    Marialena Kalyva
    I first met John when he was in 4th grade. His parents sought assistance when they realized that they could no longer manage him as John seemed to be “out of control”. He would often experience fits of rage and during th...
  • Global Competence in ELT #3: Using video
    Ben Goldstein
    In this final post Eyes Open and Uncover author, Ben Goldstein, continues to explore how teachers can develop their teenage learners’ global competence through language learning. We previously introduced the concept of g...
  • Why should educators know about the brain in the learning process?
    Rachel M. Paling
    Over the past eight years I have been training language teachers worldwide to become Neurolanguage Coaches®, bringing neuroscience or knowledge about the brain as well as coaching into the language learning process. I of...
  • Athens teacher creates project to help students and promote tourism in Greece - Your Thoughts on Greece
    First published by GreekCityTimes.com
    A teacher is so much more than an adult entrusted to teach students the school curriculum and ensure they pass their exams. A great teacher will make the world of difference to students, carrying the power to shape their...
  • Global Competence in ELT #2: Using an image
    Ben Goldstein
    In the first post of this series, introducing the concept of global competence, we established the central ideas behind it and why these are important when designing tasks with a cultural component. This post looks at a...
  • Global Competence in ELT #1: An Introduction
    Ben Goldstein
      Despite globalization, culture in an ELT context is still very often seen as static and essentialist. English is very often associated with a particular country and its accompanying cultural practices (e.g. aft...
  • Teaching Very Young Learners
    Άννα Καρανικόλα
    Η Young Learner Expert  Άννα Καρανικόλα απάντησε στις ερωτήσεις του Teacherries  σχετικά με τη διδασκαλία ξένων γλωσσών σε παιδιά προσχολικής ηλικίας. Είναι, κατά τη γνώμη σου, σημαντικό να ξεκινά η εκμάθηση ξέ...