Sunday, April 19, 2015

Miguel Angel

Miguel Angel

Miguel Angel, Spain, Adult, English as a Foregn Language

English language teacher and course coordinator at Centre d'idiomes de la Universitat de València. Interested in applying new technologies into the classroom.

Mike's Teaching Notes
My personal view on English Language Teaching with resources, news, materials, activities related to it.

Theme: ELT, TEFL, ESL, TESOL, TIC, EFL

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Dean Kuran

Dean Kuran

Dean Kuran, Australia, Primary

Year 3 PYP educator from Melbourne, Victoria. I love sharing my teaching and learning experiences with others!

Mr Kuran's Blog
Sharing my inquiry teaching practices, my learning journey and those special moments.

Theme: inquiry learning, pyp, global learning, tech, gafe

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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Eva Jiménez

Eva Jiménez

Eva Jiménez, España, Educación Infantil

Maestra de Educación Infantil

El Pavelló d´Infantil
Blog con muchos recursos para el aula de Educación Infantil: plástica, arte, grafismo, experimentación...

Theme: recursos para el aula, plástica, arte, grafismo, educación infantil

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Chris Pell

Chris Pell

Chris Pell, UK, Adult, English

I'm an IELTS teacher with an interest in helping students study at home for free.

IELTS Advantage
IELTS Advantage offers free expert advice on everything IELTS. It has sample answers, advice, lessons and tips.

Theme: IELTS

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Andy Ross

Andy Ross

Andy Ross, UK, Primary, Early Years

Hi, I'm an experienced primary and early years teacher with a particular interest in raising barriers to professionals in education. I am passionate about the importance of effective leadership, ways that teaching staff can be best utilised and optimising the time in the classroom.

I have a background in experimental physics, so love all things practical and investigative in the classroom, and believe that the journey that academic journey that children take in the early years is probably as daunting and exciting as doing doctoral research - it's a voyage in to the unknown that needs freedom and careful assistance.

A teacher's views on the practise, policy and philosopy of early years and primary education
My blog is an outlet for some of my musings over the current state of early years and in particular I like to address issues which I think are critical to professionals achieving their very best. This could be what effective leadership looks like, how to carry out effective formative assessment or ways that continuing professional development can be used to help us maintain our passion for children's minds and learning.

Theme: early years, early years leadership, early years professionals, ECE leaders, ECE leadership, school management, school leadership, continuing professional development,CPD in schools

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Monday, December 29, 2014

M. S. P. Murugesan

M.S.P. Murugesan

M.S.P. Murugesan, India, All Sectors, Language

Teacher in all grades Primary, Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools for 32 years. Wrote and published 1000 articles; fiction and non fiction. Blogging since 1999.

vaiyavanhindi
Teaching Hindi through Tamil.

Theme: hindi, language learning

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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Ryan Tracey

Ryan Tracey

Ryan Tracey, Australia, Adult, E-Learning

Ryan Tracey is the E‑Learning Manager at a well‑known financial services organisation in Australia. He is also an Editorial Board Member for eLearn Magazine, a moderator for Lrnchat, and a co-organiser of Third Place in Sydney.

E-Learning Provocateur
Provoking deeper thinking in e-learning.

Theme: e-learning, elearning, instructional design, corporate, workplace, educational technology, pedagogy, learning, education, training, technology, online

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Saturday, December 13, 2014

AppsEvents

AppsEvents

AppsEvents, USA, K12, Google Apps for Education

AppsEvents are a Google in Education partner and organiser of Google in Education Summits worldwide in partnership with the ‘Google in Education’ team.

We are a global team, with members located in Asia, the US and Europe and we are a mix of practicing educators and Education Technology specialists. All of our team are Google Education Trainers and/or Google Certified Teachers and many are Google Apps Certified Administrators.

We all share a commitment to a vision of cloud computing, and Google technologies in particular, to help schools run more efficiently, to assist individual educators better perform their work, and most importantly to prepare students for today's changing tech landscape.

AppsEvents Google Apps for Education Blog
Updates, tips, and tricks on using Google tools in the classroom.

Theme: education, google apps, edtech

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