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S2 43.0 Online Assessment Tips

Oct. 5, 2022

Do you find it challenging to conduct effective assessments, especially online? Listen to Jhon Carvajal’s tips for understanding your students’ needs, customizing assessments accordingly, and creating ‘calls to action,’ focu…

Guest: Jhon Carvajal
Try This In Your Classroom Classroom Community

S2 42.0 Relationship Building

Sept. 27, 2022

Have you found it challenging to get to know your students? Would you like to tailor your lessons to their needs and expectations for the course? We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Dr. Andre Boyer shares his…

Guest: Andre Boyer
Try This In Your Classroom Speaking

S2 41.0 Increase Student Talk Time

Sept. 14, 2022

Are you looking for ideas to increase student talk time at the beginning of class? We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Courtney Miles shares her top tips for maximizing the first several minutes of every clas…

Try This In Your Classroom Grammar

S2 40.0 Noticing and Using Grammar

Aug. 24, 2022

Looking for some new ideas for how to engage students in their grammar study? Beth has found success by getting students to notice grammar instead of only presenting it to them. She highlights several examples of getting stu…

Guest: Beth Trudell
Student Engagement

S2 39.0 Boost Classroom Engagement

July 27, 2022

Are you seeking tips on how to engage your students and boost participation? We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Hansley Cazeau shares his top 3 tips for boosting classroom engagement. You will learn how gett…

Online Tools Try This In Your Classroom

S2 38.0 Online Teaching Tips

July 19, 2022

Do you find online teaching challenging? In this episode of TTELT, Dr. Kirsten Dyck joins us to share her top 3 tips for online teaching. You will learn practical approaches to improve your online teaching practice and incre…

Guest: Kirsten Dyck

The Research Shows

Research (OECD, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2013) consistently states the importance of ongoing teacher training and development. We all know that “quality teaching is vital for improving student learning” (OECD, 2005), but many teachers do not have the opportunity to participate in ongoing professional development, nor the resources to fund further development and education.


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