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Educators Worldwide board member Dr. Aileen Hale, shares her expertise in Service-Learning (SL), a contemporary application of Experiential Education. She shares the "what, why, and how" of integrating SL into your classroom - an effective method for language acquisition with students of all ages a…

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An Outreach Coordinator at Georgetown University, and a prior EL Fellow in Ukraine, author Nicholas Gordan has developed Conversational Writing as an experiential education technique, to engage students in writing in and outside of the classroom. He shares engaging tips to enhance writing fluency t…

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A board member with Educators Worldwide and a prior English Language Fellow in Pakistan and Afghanistan, Beth Trudell shares experiential techniques for assessments. Listen for her tips on alternative assessments, where students learn from each other, success is promoted, and fears disappear. Both …

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Currently working as an English language lecturer at a university in Saudi Arabia, Dr. Peter Edwards shares an experiential learning technique of "presenting live". He describes the process of teaching ELLs to gain confidence for real-life use of their language through presenting to strangers on a …

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Amna Habiba is an inspiring young teacher and leader who founded Global Creative Hub when she was 14 years old. This social development initiative is working towards making every Pakistani girl youth digitally literate. The mission is to make the world a more equal place for all girls to live in an…

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A Virtual TESOL 2021 Convention presenter, Zeboniso Murodova, shared "Tajik Voices" with digital stories from Tajikistan. In this episode, she shares her personal and professional experiences creating her own digital story and then teaching her students the process of digital storytelling. Both the…

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A former English Language Fellow in Kosovo and ESL elementary school teacher for 15 years, Brooke shares her expertise in Oral Storytelling, based on her use of [https://themoth.org](https://themoth.org/). Listen and learn the art of oral storytelling with all ages.


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As a continuation of our month of storytelling strategies for the classroom, we are joined by educator Hansley Cazeau. Hansley is an English Language Fellow to Montenegro through the U.S. State Department English Language Programs. He shares storytelling tips for EL teachers, emphasizing the import…

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Master storyteller Eva Grayzel joins the TTELT podcast to share her enthusiasm for engaging language learners through interactive storytelling. Eva has been sharing stories with international audiences for over 30 years. In this episode, she highlights strategies for improving language retention, m…

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Everyone has a story to tell — you & your students.


In teaching English, stories may be told through speaking & writing; stories received by listening & reading. In the classroom, Rose shares how to combine story-telling using the 4 skills, in particular in introducing a new unit/theme, mid-way …

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Podcasting is a very popular teaching technique across disciplines and ages. Discover how to integrate podcasts into classroom instruction both online and face-to-face (on/offline). Dr. Aileen Hale and Jennifer Gonzales discuss creative ways to motivate English language learners to engage in podcas…

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A leader in the field of pronunciation, Mark Hancock engages us in pronunciation tips through games, puzzles, poems, and chants. Learn pair work activities to engage students in distinguishing words like tap and tab or plane and plain. Chant along and learn how to create your own rhyming chants. Ma…

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Jen Gonzales, a TTELT Board member and an EL Fellow shares insights on how to engage your students in meaningful and authentic conversations - "Big Talk". In contrast to "small talk", Big Talk develops deeper discussion skills, for real-life application.

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Marion provides great teaching tips for creating your own online teaching business integrating YouTube. She explains the pros/cons of creating your own YouTube Channel; benefits & challenges of editing; and how to attract clients with YouTube videos.

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Have you developed teaching materials that you'd like to share with other educators?

Mark Hancock speaks about his journey into publishing and how you can get started for yourself 💎

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Jennifer Gonzales, Chair of the Board of Directors at the Rhoades Education Foundation



Top Tips to being independent and use anything as a teaching resource

Find ‘everyday’ objects as teaching tools Scaffold with these objects Adapt, to engage students Create your own “portable classroom” (box …

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Dr. Aileen Hale speaks about the independence of teachers.

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What's the Secret Sauce to your classroom success? How do you come up with your own?

Find out in episode 37! 💎

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This week on TTELT, Jesus teaches us how he created a podcasting class with his students. We hope that you will try some of his suggestions with your students!
Here is the website he mentioned:
Podcast on Soundcloud.com https://soundcloud.com/elpfm
Contact information: jesus.villegas.l…

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This week Isabel talks to us about how to pubish and discusses ideas that you will get to try out in the upcoming workshop with Isabel and Alma.

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We hope to see you there!

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This week on TTELT, Jennifer Gonzales is talking to us about Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS). Join us to learn how to use VTS with your students.

Don’t forget to create your one minute video about how TTELT has helped you become a more independent teacher:
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