When in August I was just planning to start my bullet journal for work only (I have another one for the rest of my life), I quickly learned that there are not so many inspiring examples. And if we remove the pages for homeroom teachers in primary or college professors with very different teaching context,… Read More Teacher’s Bullet Journal
The longer our schools stay online, the more we need to pamper the feeling of belonging to a bigger community. Turning on the computers and joining Zoom do not do the trick – it turns into an obligation in no time, followed by boredom and lack of motivation. Creating the sense of belonging to the… Read More Simple ways to strengthen the sense of school community
My current work area is very specific: first of all, it is a multi-lingual group which is so common for international schools; second, our school uses English as a medium of instruction, communication and as an official language. ESL is offered a compulsory course in grades 9 and 10 for those who did not make… Read More Teaching ESL in an international school. Here is what I’ve learnt…
From monologue for one person and dialogue for two, two a wider range of nuances when deciding on the type of the text… Read More Monologue, dialogue or..?
Any time I happen to start an off-line course, the very first session inevitably opens with this or that type of an ice-breaker. Honestly, I am ok with those games in general, as long as I don’t have to take part in throwing an imaginary ball, repeat dance movements together with all the fourteen names… Read More Break the ice!
Monday log (21.01) “Object recognition” topic from my book about cognitive science. Covered about a third of the unit, specifically, the computational problems and how our brain deals with them. I remember that when I was little, I asked my mom once: “How do people realise if they see a cat or a dog? They… Read More Holiday Weekly log – 1