New York Times Learning Network!

Use the New York Times Learning Network to spark student discussions, learn the Word of the Day, take news quizzes or share opinions, read poetry pairings, view classroom documentaries and much more.   

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Cell phones for teaching?

You’ve got to be kidding, right?  With smartphones, MP3 players and tablets becoming more popular every day, your students can use these devices to learn English in bite-sized chunks and stay connected to their classmates and you! Checkout an excellent blog, for ways your students can use their technology to learn in and out of the…

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Free Professional Development

Want professional development for free?  Thanks to the Office of Vocational and Adult Education, you can get it 24/7.  The English Language Learning University website (ELL-U) provides self-paced online courses, study circles and training events.  Learn as an individual or participate in a group discussion.  Meet with well-regarded faculty in online “office hours” and collaborate with other ELL professionals around…

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