An article I wrote for an Indian newspaper called EDUCATION JAGAT about voluntary work in a rural school in India.
Neste episódio conversamos com a professora, tradutora e autora Jane Coury sobre Programação Neurolinguística e como ela pode ajudar no desenvolvimento de boas práticas pedagógicas.
25 July, 2020 by Jane Coury I met Jane some years ago in an event for materials writers. She immediately captivated me with her kind words, radiant […]
Live sobre Flash-fiction to Teach Grammar para a jornada de Gramática de Lingua Inglesa e Espanhola da Cult Estácio com a professora Jane Godwin Coury do Jane´s […]
Many English teachers and schools will inevitably be teaching online courses from now on given the Covid-19 outbreak. In this month´s blog, I would like to share […]
Imagine a child who has been given a new squeaky toy. Their first contact of this object may be visual. They may then touch it in their […]
Many people have probably been horrified by photos on social media of turtles with plastic straws up their nostrils or wildlife covered in oil or tangled up […]
It´s not my cup of tea! Não é minha praia! Idioms can be a wonderful insight into a country´s culture. Just think about the following dialogue: In […]
Design Thinking in education is taking off worldwide as an effective way to come up with solutions in schools, institutions and communities. It is an opportunity for […]