Tagged: lecture

Conference commentary …..

I used to go to conferences often as a presenter. ┬áThese days, though I still sometimes present, I’m most often on the other side of the podium – an attendee. It’s great and over the last 4 or 5 months in my role as Director...

Get A Random TED Talk

Love ’em or hate ’em, they are enjoyable and stimulate the brain. Mind snacks. I love them despite the continuing bad press these days. So I built this random TED Talk player. Just hit the button to reload and get a random one in HD...

Back To School: The art of possibility

A story. Two teachers visit the principal’s office to get their new class assignment for the school year. The principal assigns them each to a class of new students. Both teachers don’t speak a word of the student’s mother tongue. The students don’t speak even...

Using Songs in the EFL Classroom

This presentation has always been a fav. of teachers. Here, I add a voiceover and summarizing some of the main points (ever so quickly). Click on the presention to listen and use the slideshow underneath to go to resources highlighting each point (by clicking on...

TESOL New Orleans 2011

Just a shout and quick post about TESOL New Orleans 2011. I’ll be there and it should be a great time of learning, laughing and listening in the “Big Easy”. I’m looking forward to all the presentations and a busy 3 days, March 16th –...

The #1 ….. (non academic speech on education)

The #1 ….. (non academic speech on education)

** Not your ordinary, endless list – just what’s number 1. Bill Cosby’s Carnegie Mellon Commencement Address. Here it is below. It is beyond comment. Just listen. Perfect delivery, even students of higher levels can follow and understand. The message is immortal and I listen...

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