The proverb says "Do not Count your chickens before they are hatched", but sometimes we have to otherwise we cannot make plans for the future... Here I'll expose the ideas I have in mind and I (or any other teacher) would like to talk about not in the way Blogs do; but a little bit more academic.
Teaching English is shifting from instruction to constructivism. You have surely heard about integrating ICT in teaching and learning. It doesn't really mean much except for the fact that the exceptional rapid change that is occurring around us makes it obligatory to use different up to date teaching methods and tools. It is quite imperative for our schools to cope with this change and deploy all the means necessary to make the students capable of reaching information, understanding, and using it appropriately to enrich their learning experience. Technology is the target supportive material which will improve learning and boost creativity. The students nowadays are referred to as “digital natives” so they cannot be involved and engaged unless information and communication technology is used in their learning processes.
Here are some ideas about how digital classrooms, students and teachers would look like...read more >>
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- "Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant"
- "We cannot hold a torch to light another's path without brightening our own" ~Ben Sweetland~
- "A connected computer in a basement doesn't make a hacker" ~M.Abdessalami~
- "Everything is clear but nothing is obvious" ~M.Abdessalami~