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The 4 C's of 21st century learning for ELLs: Collaboration

In the first two parts of this four-part series, we explored critical thinking and communication. Collaboration is the next topic we will explore. Any teacher who has tried putting students into groups to work together without first setting up guidelines knows that group...

source: By Erick Herrmann
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Beth Pandolpho, a contributor for Edutopia, writes: "Over the summer break, I've been thinking about what improvements I can make for next year, poring over student feedback from June and remembering aspects of the school year that caused me the most anxiety — and...

source: Edutopia (commentary)

India: The primary education department of Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation will select six Marathi medium municipal schools for starting semi-English lessons to boost admission and reduce dropouts. The department also proposes to implement a pilot project to provide...

source: The Times of India

The English learning population in Delaware is growing at a staggering rate. According to a study, conducted by the Rodel Foundation and the Delaware Hispanic Commission, in Sussex county alone the number of English learners students there has increased 597 percent since...

source: WBOC-TV

There are many things that Jerson, 16, doesn't know. He doesn't know where he and his dad are going to live, and he doesn't know where or when he's going to go to school. He doesn't know when he'll see his mom,...

source: The 74

New Zealand: The number of tertiary students learning English as a second language through universities is on the rise for the first time since 2009. Figures released by the Ministry of Education found that in 2017 there were...

source: Stuff

The ostensible purpose of language is to transmit thoughts from one mind to another. Language represents thought, but does it also determine thought? Wittgenstein famously said that "the limits of my language stand for the limits of my world." Taken at face value, that seems...

source: Psychology Today


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