Ten days in August: Learning2gether with iTDi Summer Intensive for Teachers

Learning2gether Episode 285

August is a great month for professional development, with iTDi following up on last year’s Flying High with iTDi
https://learning2gether.net/2014/08/18/and-the-winner-is-learning2fly-high-with-itdi/

with a ten-day event featuring up to three presentations a day. This one was called Summer Intensive for Teachers and it started July 31, 2015 with the following event.

Important note: For definitive info on all these presentations, see the Google Doc here
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WluV_6tPHif_t2oCbNv-v5RgSjcmtNvyBkEkx_F4V9g/edit?usp=sharing

These events were free and they were archived, but in order to view archives, you must first sign up for a free iTDi account at http://iTDi.pro and agree to receive the iTDi Newsletter each month by email. Registration then grants you access to the archived recordings.

The record that appears here is to document what Learning2gether was up to at this time and for the convenience of participants in L2g in accessing the event after the fact. Please keep in mind that registration with iTDi is required to view the recordings and that the definitive archive is as noted above.

Fri Jul 31 iTDi Summer Intensive webinars begin with Juan Uribe

Date & Time

Presenter

Session Title and Description

July 31st

8 am GMT

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Juan Uribe  is a teacher trainer whose passion is studying & sharing how children learn languages affectively through play, games, storytelling, & puppeteering. He has been in an amazing journey visiting language schools for children around the world where he has both conducted teacher development programs as well as enchanted young audiences with Buddy the Frog. He writes a well-known blog called Children Learning English Affectively.

Special Preview Session

Being Affective Is Truly Effective!

Come learn how affective learning can engage and empower your students’ learning and your teaching. During this presentation we will explore how practical affective pedagogical practices can create nurturing mental models about student’s own learning, language uses, and their own linguistic competence. Join me in a journey with lots of play, imagination, and curiosity. Destination: language learning ownership.

Juan’s blog post on this event is called My first webinar on Affective Language Learning!
http://childrenlearningenglishaffectively.blogspot.it/2015/09/my-first-webinar-on-affective-language.html

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Sat Aug 1 1330 UTC Jason Levine, Chuck Sandy, Scott Thornbury at iTDi Summer Intensive webinars

Jason R. Levine & Chuck Sandy

Opening Session Chuck & Jason welcome you to the Summer Intensive with news, updates, and prizes for those attending the session live. Learn more about the course and  how to qualify for Certificates & Professional Development Credit from iTDi.pro

Scott Thornburyis a teacher and teacher educator, with over 30 years’ experience in English language teaching, and an MA from the University of Reading. He is currently Curriculum Coordinator of the MA TESOL program at The New School in New York. His previous experience includes teaching and teacher training in Egypt, UK, Spain (where he lives), and in his native New Zealand. His writing credits include several award-winning books for teachers on language and methodology, as well as authoring a number of papers and book chapters on language and language teaching. Scott  is series editor for theCambridge Handbooks for Teachers (CUP), co-founder of the dogme ELT group and an associate of the International Teacher Development Institute (iTDi). Finally, here’s a link to Scott’s Amazon site.

-Opening Plenary –

Correct Me If I’m Wrong

Based on the speaker’s own recent experience of ‘de-fossilizing’ his Spanish, a case is made for the key role that correction (including explicit negative feedback) plays in boosting student achievement and enhancing teacher effectiveness. In our well-intentioned efforts to promote authentic communication in the classroom we sometimes overlook the one component of classroom interaction that distinguishes it from other forms of interaction, and which makes it especially effective: i.e. corrective feedback. In this class we will look at different options for the form, frequency and timing of corrective feedback, with special reference to oral production, and discuss how these might impact on learning.

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Sun Aug 2 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto

Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto is a Director of the  International Teacher Development Institute and co-author of the iTDi’s online course, English for Teachers. Barbara is also co-author of one of the world’s best-selling English courses for children, Let’s Go (OUP). She has taught ESL in the US and EFL in Japan, and has conducted teacher training workshops around the world. She blogs at Teaching Village and Teaching Children English.

Teaching for the 21st century, and beyond

What are 21st century skills, really? And, do they have any place in language class, where time is limited and the focus is on learning English?  Fifteen years into the new century, researchers have had time to look at innovative teaching practices around the globe to identify those approaches make the greatest impact in preparing our students for life in the 21st century, and beyond. In this session we’ll look at teaching techniques that will help your learners become strong English users and also critical and creative thinkers. By making every moment of class time count, you can help your students succeed – whatever their future holds.

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Sun Aug 2 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Alexandra Chistyakova

Alexandra Chistyakova is an English teacher at the Physics faculty of Moscow State University, Russia. She also works as a freelance teacher giving one-to-one English lessons to the large range of learners: from preschoolers to senior adults. She’s always been engaged in the continuing professional development, taking teacher-training courses, studying specialized literature and taking part in ELT conferences and seminars. She received her CELTA at BKC-in, Moscow, in 2011. Her professional interests include: professional development, ELT methodology, teaching 1-2-1, and language course design.

A Journey into the World of ELT Methods

All aboard! Our hot air balloon is departing soon! We are going to take a nice ride across the vast world of ELT methods, looking at the most prominent and the most interesting ones from the height of our experience and knowledge. As we go from one method to another we will consider the benefits each approach can give and will pick up some practical ideas of how to make the most of the existing ELT methods in our classrooms.

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Mon Aug 3 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Barbi Bujtas

Barbi Bujtas is a freelance EFL instructor in Hungary. She has been teaching for 15 years in various teaching environments from one-to-one to high school, depending on local demands. Her professional interests are dogme, ICT, engagement, materials design, teachers’ communities.

Fake it till you Make it Do you know this huge gap between what your students want to say and what they can say in English? Nowadays technology allows you to create cool videos in which your students actually speak a level of English far beyond their actual stage in their interlanguage. They are based on their ideas and choices, which means an ownership of their learning, it also means a higher level of motivation and more effort than usual. The end product shows them a possible future self that can say what they want in English. This session shows you some examples and ideas of how to use ‘fake it till you make it’ video projects with young learners.

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Mon Aug 3 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Theodora Papapanagiotouis

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Theodora Papapanagiotouis a teacher of EFL and DaF in Greece since 1992. She has worked  at various language schools in Thessaloniki with various levels and ages. In the past few years she has been taking part in conventions, webinars and online courses, trying to become a better teacher. Currently working as an educational consultant at Hyphen SA. She isthe author of Keep on Teaching and alsoblogs for iTDi. Find her on Twitter:@DoraPap72.

Be Different!  Are you bored with the traditional foreign language lesson? Tired of performing your lessons based on a course book? Have you ever thought of integrating your students’ personalities and interests in your teaching? In this presentation I am going to show you how my last year has been, trying out revolutionary methods in my classrooms, using the differentiated instruction approach and blended learning.

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Tue Aug 4 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Kevin Stein

August 4th

1 pm GMT

Check your local time

1 pm Kevin Stein is a high school teacher, curator of the iTDi blog, and singer of silly songs.  He also believes in the power of students to find their own path forward and the importance of relationships in building a community of learners, whether it be students, teachers, or a mixture of the two.

But That’s Not Literature, is it?

There is all kinds of literature out there in the world and much of it is just waiting to be used in a language classroom.  In this lesson we will take a look at some short poetry and stories and explore why students might have difficulty engaging with and understanding ‘literature.’ Participants will walk away with some concrete techniques for helping students engage with a text and ideas for how to use literature as a jumping off point for classroom activities and conversations which can engage our learners on a deeper, more intellectually challenging level.

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Wed Aug 5 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Shelly Terrell

Shelly Sanchez Terrell is a teacher trainer, elearning specialist, and the author of The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers and Learning to Go. She has trained teachers and taught language learners in over 20 countries as an invited guest expert by organizations, like UNESCO Bangkok, the British Council in Tel Aviv, IATEFL Slovenia, HUPE Croatia, and VenTESOL. She has been recognized by the ELTon Awards, The New York Times,NPR, and Microsoft’s Heroes for Education as a leader in the movement of teacher driven professional development as the founder and organizer of various online conferences, Twitter chats, and webinars. Recently, she was named Woman of the Year 2014 by the National Association of Professional Women and awarded a Bammy Award as a founder of #Edchat.

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Teaching the Emoji Generation Our learners are fluent in different languages, especially emoji! They translate, decode, read and write in emoji throughout the day. Join Shelly Sanchez Terrell for an active session learning emoji. We will also learn ways to get students motivated to learn English and improve their fluency by integrating text speak and emoji activities into our curriculum. We will also participate in icebreakers to help us effectively teach digital literacy and citizenship.

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Wed Aug 5 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Tyson Seburn

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Tyson Seburn

As an EAP teacher in higher education, Tyson focuses on meaningfully engaging students with their L2 reading to afford stronger application of academic writing skills. This led to authoring Academic Reading Circles(the round). As a teacher within the ELT community, he is driven to create new public spaces for and aid self-directed action among language teachers to increase agency in their own development paths. These have led him to his MA in Educational Technology & TESOL, writing at 4CinELT, and organizing #tleap.

Beyond the Comprehension Question: Digging Deeper into Texts While the comprehension question prevails in reading-focussed lessons as one tool for validating understanding of text concepts, supplementing it with learner-centred, co-constructive activities can engage students further and improve their comprehension. In this talk, we will explore ways in which we can complement this tool, by equipping learners with methods that encourage deeper questioning of a text and more collaborative interactivity with it. Activities from the book, Academic Reading Circles (the round), will be used and built upon so that participants will leave with enough ideas to adapt them to their teaching contexts.

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Thu Aug 6 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Josette LeBlanc

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Josette LeBlanc has been working with English language teachers in Korea since 2010. During this time, she developed an interest in reflective practice for professional development and writes about it on her blogThrowing Back Tokens. This experience also motivated her to research the topic of teacher well-being as many spoke of feeling unhappy and burnt-out. As a result, she now curates a website,www.redthumbforlove.wordpress.com, where teachers from around the world share their stories and strategies for self-care and self-compassion. You can find her on Twitter at@JosetteLB or on Facebook at,KMU-SIT Professional TESOL Certificate.

Play Big: Start Small   You may have heard ofS.M.A.R.T. action plans when it comes to creating lesson objectives or teaching goals. Although “smart” in theory, these action plans may leave teachers feeling dissatisfied to the point of inaction. One way to change this is to turn S.M.A.R.T. into a S.M.I.L.E. Based on research in neuropsychology and personal development, S.M.I.L.E. is an approach to action planning that can relieve the weight of overwhelm or perfectionism, and enhances our sense of satisfaction. During the session, we will examine this approach in order to develop the type of teaching practice we desire.

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Thu Aug 6 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Divya Madhavan

Divya Madhavanis a Senior Lecturer in Language and Education at Centrale-Supélec, Université Paris-Saclay. She teaches English language courses, and lectures on Education and Society. Her areas of research include, Critical Pedagogy, Assessment and English as a Medium of Instruction. She is the current Website Editor for the IATEFL Teacher Development SIG and an iTDi Mentor. Divya has just completed an MEd in Education Research, and has an MA in Language Education. She is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

Action Research and Your Teacher Voice  This session is a step-by-step description of what an action research project looks like, from broad questions like “why do it?” to specific questions like “how can I write up data?”. This will be your chance to talk to me and other people interested in action research, and think about why you might want to become an action researcher.

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Thu Aug 6 iTDi Summer Intensive webinars with Debbie Tebovich

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Debbie Tebovich is a freelance English Language Trainer and iTDI mentor based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has been teaching English for over 20 years and teaches General English and Business English on a 1-1 basis online and offline.She is passionate about teaching and learning and she is a technology enthusiast to create memorable learning moments. Above all, she strongly believes in the power of Education to transform people’s lives, to help and encourage freedom of thought and to develop bonds to make our world a better place for all of us and for future generations.

Unplugged Goals and Outcomes

How can we predict goals and outcomes when we ditch lesson plans? How can this free us up and allow learners to lead the journey? As connected educators, we will explore these questions from a Rhizomatic Learning perspective. I will share an example of a real Business class which emerged as we started searching for answers to my learner’s feelings and questions.

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Fri Aug 7 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Luke Meddings

August 7th

1 pm GMT

Check your local time

1 pm Luke Meddings is an award-winning author, international speaker and teacher trainer. In 2000 he co-founded Dogme in ELT with Scott Thornbury, and their book Teaching Unplugged (Delta, 2009)won a British Council ELTon award in 2010. He co-founded e-publishing collective The Round with Lindsay Clandfield in 2011, and their book 52: A year of subversive activity for the ELT classroom, was published in 2012. 2015 will see plenaries in Mexico, Greece, Ireland and Malta.

Punctuation Marks?! Exploring Learner Stories and Teacher Interventions in the Unplugged Classroom… Teaching unplugged means responding to information, eliciting contributions and offering on the spot language help and advice. This session uses punctuation marks as an analogy for different kinds of teacher intervention – both during conversation, and when conversation is paused for language development. Punctuation may not carry the content of a text, but it helps to make sense of it – and these little marks are an essential part of the story.

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Fri Aug 7 1500 UTC iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Karen Frasier Tsai

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earned a BA in Speech, with an emphasis on Speech Pathology, and an MA in Linguistics. She has over 30 years’ of EFL/ESL experience, at various levels, in Taiwan and the U.S. Karen conducts teacher-training workshops, online presentations, and currently helps provide international people of all ages with a variety of English learning opportunities in Seattle WA, including a story-time for international toddlers & mentoring international mothers about reading to their toddlers in English. She also serves on a school district committee that is setting updated guidelines to ensure all students succeed in school. She is co-author of Let’s Go, one of the world’s best-selling English courses for children, published by Oxford University Press. Sheblogs at Teaching Children English,

Children Playing with Words

Play is a fundamental way that young children learn. Child’s play is also a valuable tool that can be utilized to help students learn the rudimentary skills they need to begin reading. Blocks, rebus words, word cards, flannel posters and more can be used to create an understanding of the English sound/spelling patterns and simple word families.Learn about some hands-on activities, which creatively engage young learners and are designed to build phonemic awareness, knowledge of phonics and beginning reading skills.

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Sat Aug 8 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Vivian Wang

Vivian Wang M.A. English and American Literature, B.A. English Language, Linguistics and Literature, is an experienced teacher with thirteen years of teaching experience. She has taught practically every age group, from toddlers to adults, and has worked for private language schools, high school and educational corporation. She is a certified trainer of Oxford Teacher’s Academy. She has also been a university instructor for seven years. Vivian is particularly interested in skills of motivating students in learning English. She currently teaches in Shih Hsin University, works as ELT Trainer (Taiwan) for Oxford University Press, and continues to enjoy sharing ideas with teachers.

Teach English Within a Framework of 21st Century Skills

We live in an age of rapid change. Students in the 21stcentury need to do more than acquire information. The way we teach needs to take into account the students that are in front of us, the skills they have, what interests and motivates them and, perhaps most importantly, what we can and should offer them. This session is for teachers who believe that learning and creativity go hand in hand; and for teachers who want to spice up their curriculum, break the mold and meet the needs of 21stcentury students.

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Sat Aug 8 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with A.K. Syke

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SYKE A.K. holds a Bachelors of Education as well as a Masters in English, and has been teaching English for the past 13 years in high schools and universities in his home state in India. He is an iTDi Mentor, presenter, materials writer and a coordinator/host of webinars and virtual conferences. Syke has presented papers at many national and international conferences.He spoke at the Associates’ Day of IATEFL Manchester 2015 , representing the ELTAI.

Teaching English Through Poetry of Other Languages  Poetry is definitely the soul of a language ….an embodiment of its cultural identity..   Have you ever thought of using poems in  other languages in your English class room ? Here, I would like to show you , how the poems in L1 or L3 can be used effectively in an ESL classroom.

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Sat Aug 8 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Matthew Noble

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Matthew Noble is a teacher and teacher trainer from Boston, MA who joined the ELT field as a volunteer in Sri Lanka in 2004. Since then he has taught children and adults abroad and in the US, helped train new and experienced teachers F2F and online, and discovered the wonderful world of web-based professional development at iTDi and elsewhere. He’s thrilled to be a part of this amazing event for a 2nd time and looking forward to learning and sharing along with teachers all over the planet this summer! Tweet him here.

(Un)consciousness & (In)competence: Tracing & Traversing Routes, Roots, Ruts, & Rules in Learning & Teaching

There are things we don’t know we don’t know, things we know we don’t know, things we know we know, and things we don’t know we know. Ya know? Come explore the use of an intuitive skills acquisition process matrix to sketch, stretch, scaffold, and vitalize planning, teaching, and learning. Sound a bit theoretical, perhaps even a pinch poetical? Well, it’s both…but extremely practical applications are also guaranteed! 🙂

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Sun Aug 9 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Andy Boon

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Andy Boon is an associate professor at Toyo Gakuen University, Japan. He has been teaching for over 17 years and is near completion of a  PhD. He has presented at many conferences, and has published articles on teacher development, motivation, ER, and methodology. He is the co-author of textbooks – Discover the News (Language Solutions, 2013), Inspire (National Geographic Learning), author of Research & Write (Macmillan), and author of various graded readers (Macmillan and Atama-ii).

Setting up an Extensive Reading Program: The Beginning, the Middle, and the End  This session will provide an outline of how to set up an extensive reading (ER) course or program at your school. It will describe how you can orient students to ER, how you can finance ER, what students can do in the ER classroom, how you can assess ER, and how ER can help to improve your students’ English.

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Sun Aug 9 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Steven Herder

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Steven Herder has been teaching within the Japanese EFL context for over 25 years. Having many years teaching experience at the elementary and junior/senior high school level, he is currently an assistant professor in the Department of International Studies at Doshisha Women’s College of Liberal Arts, teaching TOEFL iBT preparation, and a 3rd/4th year seminar on Exploring Leadership.He is an author and editor of two Palgrave Macmillan teacher resources, Innovating EFL Teaching in Asia (2012) and Exploring EFL Fluency in Asia (2014).  In 2012, he and a network of like-minded educators co-founded the International Teacher Development Institute (http://itdi.pro), an online community for teachers by teachers, with over 5000 members and a global reach into over 100 countries.

Online Tools that Spur Improvements in TOEFL iBT Essay Writing  Japanese students planning to study abroad at a foreign university for a year need to score significant points in the TOEFL iBT or IELTS exam. Over the past 5 years, I have helped hundreds of students improve (to varying degrees) their essay writing for such a standardized test. In this session, I will share approaches and techniques that have been the most successful to date. These include collaboration, fluency, reflection, data analysis, cohesion, coherence, and error correction.

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Sun Aug 9 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Rose Bard

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has been an English teacher in Brazil for more than 17 years. She’s an iTDi MENTOR/BLOGGER and the CO-Moderator of BRELT FB community. She’s been actively learning and sharing online through her blog ELT Diary and PD opportunities since 2012, and also with and from iTDi community.

Creating Activities with GForms

Have you ever used Google Forms? Have you ever thought of using them to expand the contact hours with English which learners need to continue improving their reading and listening skills as well as their language knowledge?  GForm is a free online tool that can be easily embedded in other free online spaces (Wiki, Blog, Google Site, etc.) . In this session, let’s look at the possibilities of using GForm to engage, support, test and collect feedback in order to make homework more interesting to learners and personalize learning.

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Peggy George posted this link in the text chat
Tom Barrett’s crowdsourced slide show documenting how teachers use GForms in class
http://edte.ch/blog/2014/03/20/80-interesting-ways-to-use-google-forms-in-the-classroom/

Mon Aug 10 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Jason Levine

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is Ambassador and Knowledge Entertainer at Gallery Languages, where he conducts webinars and workshops for English students and teachers at schools worldwide. He is the creator ofColloLearn, an approach to English language learning based on the songs he writes and performs as Fluency MC. He also writes songs and chants for several publishers, including Oxford University Press. As an English Specialist with the U.S. Department of State, Jason has led teacher training programs in fourteen countries in Europe, the Americas, Africa, and the Middle East.

Practice Makes Perfect…Perfect Opportunities to Use English

Practicing English, like practicing a sport or a musical instrument, leads to accurate and fluent performance. Yet most English learners do not get the practice they need to use English with confidence in or out of the classroom. As a result, they lose motivation. In this talk we will discuss what we can do as teachers to help students get the language practice they need to achieve their communicative goals.

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Mon Aug 10 iTDi Summer Intensive webinar with Vicky Loras

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Vicky Loras is an English teacher,born in the beautiful city of Toronto, Canada. She has been teaching English as a foreign language and literature to students of all ages, since 1997. She now lives in Switzerland and she is the co-founder and owner ofThe Loras English Network, a school she has opened with her sister Eugenia. They teach English, train teachers and also hold children’s events.

She blogs at:http://www.vickyloras.wordpress.com

Not Only Staying Afloat, But Also Making Waves  There are a lot of teachers around the world, more than ever, who have to face a lot of difficulties when teaching – budget cuts, restrictions, little or no support from their administrators. Do they give up? No – and they do much more! We will look at this wonder of educators and what they do.

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2 thoughts on “Ten days in August: Learning2gether with iTDi Summer Intensive for Teachers

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