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Flipping your online lessons

Flipping your online lessons

Flipping your online lessons: a global view of your online lessons Flipped Classroom Over the last five months, I have done a whole array of consultancy jobs supporting schools to deliver online language courses. These have been private language schools right up to lanuage departments in universities. It has been a very tough time for… Continue reading Flipping your online lessons

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Education Group Santillana expands partnership with ADLS
Education Group Santillana expands partnership with ADLS

Santillana will now offer Advantages’ High School Dual Diploma, CTE, and other programs for Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking learners across Latin America

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DIVERSITY and the GROWTH MINDSET
DIVERSITY and the GROWTH MINDSET

Welcome to Let’s Blog. We’re looking forward to sharing with you the most innovative practices – methods you can use immediately in your online or your face-to-face lessons.

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Scaffolding as a means of presenting new knowledge online, and rebalancing responsibility for learning
Scaffolding as a means of presenting new knowledge online, and rebalancing responsibility for learning

Scaffolding as a means of presenting new knowledge online, and rebalancing responsibility for learning By Donna Fields What is scaffolding? Why should we care? What are they exactly, and where do we upload scaffolding activities on the Richmond Platform? That was easier than you thought, right? That’s pretty much all the theory we’re going to… Continue reading Scaffolding as a means of presenting new knowledge online, and rebalancing responsibility for learning

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