Tag: 2015

February 2015

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Cross-Sector Collaboration Promises Progress Kathy Stein-Smith assesses the role of the Language Enterprise in addressing the U.S. world-language deficitRelevance of Rights for All Ayanna Cooper incorporates social justice into the Common Core for English learnersTeaching in Tandem Myryame Montrose Elder shares the success of co-teaching content and EnglishCapital Culture David Tedone shows how all teachers can learn from the integration of culture in...

Quebecer is 2015 TESOL Teacher of the Year

TESOL International Association and National Geographic Learning have announced that Sherry Blok of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, will receive the 2015 TESOL Teacher of the Year Award. The award honors exceptional English language teachers at all levels. Blok will be recognized at the opening session of the 2015 TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Blok is...

January 2015

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Digital Guide on the Side Tanya Roscorla predicts the digital trends that will continue to grow in K–12 education in 2015 as learning becomes more student centeredManaging Diversity Anne Scatchell argues that administrators need specific training to successfully manage culturally diverse classroomsMaking Reading Your Own Todd Brekhus, president of myON, extols the benefits of students developing their own personal digital librariesSpeaking by...