Cross the Digital Divide with Teacher Training Videos

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Feb 13, 2012 /
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Learning a Language Enhances your Travels

by Shelley Seale / Feb 04, 2012 /
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As travelers, we've all been there: you're in a foreign country, you don't speak the language, and you're trying desperately to make yourself understood—and comprehend what someone else is telling you. we go....

by erinsinger / Jan 26, 2012 /

This is my first blog. I'm not all that excited about this. It's a project for my doctoral studies.

Engaging Women: The Subtle Art of the Classroom Skit

by Maria Alvarez / Dec 19, 2011 /

Closing the English Learner Achievement Gap: Free Webinar

by Bert Maxwell / Dec 15, 2011 /
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Recent data released by the National Center for Education Statistics
shows that the achievement gap between English learners and their

Teaching English in Chile: The English Open Doors Program

by Dave Hanegraaff / Nov 22, 2011 /

Teaching English in Chile: The English Open Doors Program

What is the English Opens Doors Program?

The Cultural Politics of Americanization Here and Abroad

by Maria Alvarez / Nov 22, 2011 /

Everything Study Abroad: Top 10 October Articles

by Nate Nault / Nov 08, 2011 /
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Panel Discussion Part Two: Teaching English as a Second Language

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Panel Discussion Part Two: Teaching English as a Second Language

Are you thinking of teaching English abroad, but you’re still not quite sure about it? Our special two-part series on Teaching English Abroad answers some basic questions about teaching English as a Second Language.
Our ESL contributors have taught in various destinations around Asia. Read on for a few tips and tricks for first-time ESL teachers. Feel free to drop by any of the following sites for additional information about teaching abroad in Asia.

Japanese Phrases and Culturally Significant Terms

by Worldschooler / Jul 22, 2009 /
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Here are some basic sentences for beginners learning the Japanese language, with explanations on grammar that show patterns to apply to other sentences. Plus there are some some helpful words that are used often and give a glimse into Japanese culture

The first thing I want to say is learning Japanese is quite doable! I know I started off assuming there must be a mystery to how to speak it since it was so foreign but learning basic Japanese is surprisingly easy.