Website with links to educational resources related to teaching English- especially games, educational technology, free things, songs, videos, and books.
Auxiliares de conversación will find this template especially helpful to ensure you’re asking on-level questions about the material and that you don’t miss the forest for the trees.—Get past those “what does ‘fountain” mean” questions and move on to the more meaningful ones!
There are so many other things involved in assessing listening and reading comprehension, such as: keyword recognition, main idea. supporting details, organizational features, guessing meaning from context, inference, author’s perspective, and comparing cultural perspectives.
Tyler Tarver is the best Ed Tech presenter I’ve ever seen- In these flipped videos, he walks you through each skill that Eric Curtis recommends studying to pass the Google Certified Educator Level 1 exam.
NetCredit made an easy to read infographic with tons of not-so-obvious time savers for working with Google Drive that will save you time, save you money, and will be your gateway drug into the power of Google. This is perfect for auxiliares de conversación who are teaching English abroad in Spain through the MEC program, as it is a beginner’s guide and doesn’t require background knowledge.