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I may not be an EDUTAINER, but the work I do is EDUTAINING!
By Professor Green on January 13, 2021

Nowadays, all parents and students feel the need to have an entertaining experience when in the classroom. If you have not already heard the term Edutainer, this will enlighten you. The...

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SmartClass versus Zoom, Teams, Google
By Yves Martin on January 12, 2021

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Technology is not the Enemy… for Language Teachers!
By Professor Green on December 17, 2020

I want our students to practice. I know that they can access an app for translating their words into another language. Students already have all the shortcuts. There’s an app for...

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Activity types that are possible in the SmartClass HUB
By Hannah Haase on December 16, 2020

As a language teacher, I was always looking for new activity type ideas to keep learning fun and engaging for my students. As a student myself, I hated nothing more than the constant...

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A New Normal for Language Teaching
By Professor Green on December 10, 2020

A new normal is upon us and we are taking the time to figure things out. The forced pandemic was unprecedented, and people had to stop and react without really thinking about how they...

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All our names & acronyms explained: SmartClass, Hub, Live...
By Hannah Haase on December 3, 2020

 

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Tips for language teachers COVID-19

Synchronous and asynchronous learning with SmartClass HUB
By Hannah Haase on November 2, 2020

Never have the terms synchronous and asynchronous learning been discussed so much. But when COVID-19 hit the world, those words became two of the biggest buzzwords in education....

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Kinesthetic/hands-on activities for foreign language teaching
By Hannah Haase on September 17, 2020

We all learn differently, so it's important for us as teachers to remember that about our students as well, and make sure we include many different types of activities in our classrooms....

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What is the difference between standard, curriculum, and can-do statement?
By Hannah Haase on September 10, 2020

The word "standard" has been one of those buzzwords in education in the past couple of years. Standard-based grading, standard-based assessment, standard-based learning...Let's take a...

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EFL? ELT? ESL? And what about TOEIC, TOEFL, and IELTS?
By Hannah Haase on June 18, 2020

When it comes to teaching English as a foreign/second language, there are many acronyms you have to deal with on a daily basis and there are several proficiency tests out there for your...

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