Photo 58/365 Weekly grade 5 class schedule at a school in Bogotá, Colombia. We have 2 new teleclass workshops for you in March: “Working Successfully and Authentically in the Corporate World and an updated and expanded “Bridging the Marketing Gap.” Will you join us?
My exciting Saturday morning plans: Clean the house. Do the laundry. Transcribe audio. Clean the bathtub. What I did instead: watched the live stream of TEDxNYED!
If somebody would have asked me back in the 80’s and 90’s, it would have never crossed my mind that I, upon my arrival to the U.S., would know more about British people than Americans…
by :: Cate Pamela and I are working on a project that helps students develop their cultural, language, and technology skills (we’ll share the project with everyone in a couple weeks). So when I was in Argentina in September, Pamela planned her classes so I could visit some of her students right around the time they were working … Read more
by :: Anamaria Welcome to the final day of Schultüte Week! (Wondering what a Schultüte is? Stop here and read last Monday’s post.) Each day last week we posted a nifty resource from our virtual Schultüte of Cross-Cultural Resources for Busy Educators. photo by nlnnet We planned to post this final resource last Friday. But wouldn’t you know it, we encountered … Read more
by :: Cate Welcome back to Schultüte Week! (Wondering what a Schultüte is? Stop here and read Monday’s post. ) Each day this week we’re pulling a nifty resource out of our virtual Schultüte of Cross-Cultural Resources for Busy Educators. photo by nlnnet Yesterday’s resource featured 43 Cross-Cultural Quotes for the Classroom (pdf). Today’s resource? 16 cross-cultural games, projects, and resources … Read more
I recently spent a week visiting family in Eugene, Oregon, where I grew up. One afternoon, after catching up with my best friend from high school, I began thinking about all of the schools I went to, from Kindergarten through high school. Here’s a snapshot of what I remember about each school. School # 1: Howard Elementary School … Read more
photo by peiqianlong Question: How many students were in your classes at school?