Monthly Archives: March 2016

FVR/SSR – Student-Centered Learning by Keith Toda

 I am currently pursuing an Ed.S degree in Instructional Technology, and one of the big buzz words which is being thrown around is student centered learning. Some components of a student centered classroom are: Student-explorer, teacher-facilitator environment. The student is in control of his/her own learning, while the teacher acts as a guide for students.…

Making Predictions by Carol Gaab

I was fortunate enough to attend two exceptional conferences back-to-back and have unique perspectives on each. It’s amazing how perspectives of language instruction/acquisition vary from region to region. In Hawaii (SWCOLT), there seemed to be a large number of ah-ha moments from teachers who truly had no previous exposure to or preconceived ideas about TPRS…

Win 2016 iFLT registration!

Are you interested in attending the 2016 iFLT conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee? We are going to hold a drawing and ONE lucky person will win a free registration** to iFLT! There are 2 steps you need to take to be entered to win! Click the “Follow blog via email” link and sign up to follow…