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Young Learner Teacher Blogs

Recommended young learner teacher blogs with a focus on children learning languages.


Teaching Village

We're better when we work together

Children Learning English Affectively

May issue on Leadership of the iTDi blog! In my article I share postures and practices that my sister Sosô and I have learned and that have been both affective and effective in our leading of the language school for children we direct in São Paulo, Brazil.


This is a space for me to share and reflect on my journey as a Kindergarten teacher. I am most passionate about play, inquiry and technology. I believe that relationships matter and that they are the key to success in the classroom.

Infusing Technology To Empower All Learners...written by Martha Lackey

Its Spring and that means one thing in our 1:1 iPad classroom...creative technology projects to finish out the year STRONG! The spring time for me brings some stress as I get ready for end of the year testing, TPRI, IPT testing for bilingual students, LPACS and the list goes on and on.

Langwitches Blog

Langwitches, The Magic of Learning. Modern learning that transforms education in the 21st century. Finding new forms and redefining learning for the challenges of the future .

So this is English...

This year I have been using Edmodo with some of my groups to encourage them to do further practice out of class. I have been fairly successful with adult learners but not so with my teenage groups, who shy away from any type of homework whatsoever.

Creative Speaking

I'll be doing a workshop on Deadway this weekend (5/31) at the KOTESOL National Conference at Kyungpook National University in Daegu. It will be in room 304 of the Global Plaza at 4:30. Below is the session abstract: A growing field of interest in L2TL is the use of game-based learning (Sykes & Reinhardt 2013).

Mrs. Wideen's Blog

Discover how to keep parents informed, connect globally and link to your curriculum. This One Best Thing leads your primary classroom students through the creation of a learning network on Twitter.

A Journey in TEFL

This was not the first train the trainer course I attended but may be the magic was the magicians I (we) met there. I attended SLTEP, a two-week train the trainer program ran by Sabanci University School of Languages. With our amazing tutors, Deniz Kurtoglu Eken, Meral Guceri and Sharon Celtek, we dived into the depths of teaching and learning.

A Teacher's Wonderings

Learning. Thinking. Wondering. (by CristinaM.)

Carol Read's ABC of Teaching Children

Ideas, tips and resources for primary language teachers

Makassed Young Clovers

We will be working with 23 other classrooms from different countries around the world to complete one collaborative piece of art. This year's theme is: Mondrian Art

Picturebooks in ELT

Two years ago I completed my PhD research , which investigated picturebook illustrations, children's literary response and language development in a foreign language. It was a wonderful journey of discovery and I miss being in PhD mode terribly. Normal life is far too busy and I have been unable to keep up this blog for example.

ESL Children's Drama Games

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER TRAINING 1 DAY TEACHING COURSE FOR NURSERY & PRIMARY TEACHERS Course Dates: Saturday 14 th September 2013 Course Location: Teatro Puccini Via delle Cascine, 41 50144 Florence, Italy This course is specially designed for Nursery and Primary School teachers in Italy and offers a unique "English Language Drama Training" experience, which will equip teachers to be more confident, effective and actively engaging in the classroom.

Barbara Sakamoto (@barbsaka)

Program Director of iTDi English For Teachers, co-author of Let's Go (OUP), EFL teacher and teacher trainer, webhead

Martha Lackey (@lackeymartha)

2nd-3rd bilingual teacher/empowering students, 1:1 ipad classroom/DEN Star Educator /triathlete/blogger, Edmodo Certified Trainer

Silvia Tolisano (@langwitches)

Educational Consultant, Coach & Mentor
Modern Learning - Globally Connected Learning- The Amplified Classroom- Blogging As Pedagogy

Juan Alberto L Uribe (@jaluribe)

#ELT #EFL #ESL #TEYL #younglearners #storyteller #puppeteer #engagement #affectivelanguagelearning #teachertrainer #elearning #entrepreneur #education #children

Ozge Karaoglu (@ozge)

Trainer,content&project developer of the Smurfs ELT,writer-Minigon books, co-author-My First Digital Journey, educational coordinator-Yes I Speak English series

Matt Gomez (@mattbgomez)

Kindergarten teacher since 2001, @edcampDallas founder, #kinderchat moderator, profession photographer (@FocusedOnFun) and Texas Aggie

Daniel Brown (@dbr_wn)

Exploring learning

 Kristen Wideen (@mrswideen)

Apple Distinguished Educator who loves collaborating with other teachers, using technology in my classroom & sharing the fantastic things we are doing at school

Eva Buyuksimkesyan (@evab2001)

an EFL teacher, freelance teacher trainer, blogger and a life-long learner. Trying to keep up with new technologies, new ways to collaborate ...

  • Shelly Sanchez Terrell is the author of, Learning to Go, and The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers. She has supported teachers and learners in 100+ countries F2F and virtually through the various online events, courses, webinars, and conferences she co-organizes and founded. The ELTons, The New York Times, the Bammys, Microsoft’s Heroes for Education, and the National Association of Professional Women have recognized her leadership with projects like #Edchat, the Reform Symposium E-Conference (#RSCON5), and The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators (#30GoalsEdu). Twitter- @ShellTerrell

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