When Teachers Bully One Another

source: weareteachers.com

by Elizabeth Mulvahill, September 26, 2019

Teacher-on-Teacher Bullying

We have a problem with bullying in our schools. And it’s not the one you think. Indeed, while there is news story after news story about student-on-student bullying, no one is talking about the problem of teacher-on-teacher bullying. But for teachers facing harassment from their colleagues every day, the proverbial struggle is real.

The Evolution of English Language Teaching (ELT)

English Language Teaching (ELT) has without a doubt, gone through various changes throughout the years. The days of simple text books is a thing of the past, as “Information and Communications Technology” (ICT) has been fully integrated into the learning process. One would wonder, how did we get here and how effective this new way of learning English truly is.

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Stop Forcing Children to Study!

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Image by Анастасия Гепп from Pixabay

by Katherine Reilly

Thinking back to your own childhood years, one of the most frustrating memories you might have had, was that of doing your homework. What made things even worse, was when you were reprimanded for not adhering to your studies. This is most often the case, with many students finding themselves on the receiving end of their parents constant “reminders” that they have a test the following day, or if that’s not even the case, a book in hand at all times, is a major prerequisite to succeed in life.

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