The question of how much and what type of feedback for students is sometimes unknown or doubted. "Good job!" "Excellent Work!" "Way to go!" All of these phrases are commonly heard in schools. Yet these empty phrases do not provide students with the information they need...
In today's millennial-saturated job market, it can be hard for even the most talented and experienced boomers to preserve their competitive advantage. However, there is a rare skill that makes hiring managers sit up and take notice: fluency in a high-demand, low-supply language.
It's impossible to have a conversation about dual language learners without being drawn into questions about their "difference," and just how much it should be taken into account at school. For years, English-only advocates have argued that these differences should be ignored...
A protest was held outside the Legislature in Victoria recently over major cuts to ESL programs. Students and staff from Vancouver Community College are calling on the provincial government to continue funding the popular program.
A new study has turned our understanding of language upside-down by suggesting that how many words you teach children is not nearly as important as how you teach them to use these terms.
Vous servez-vous du CECR pour guider votre enseignement? Avez-vous mis en œuvre dans votre classe une stratégie, une méthode, une leçon ou un outil fondé sur le CECR qui réussit vraiment bien et que vous...
Are you using the CEFR to inform your teaching? Do you have a CEFR-based teaching strategy, approach, lesson, tool, etc. you are using that really works well and that you would like to share? If so, CASLT would like to include it (and acknowledge you) in a compilation of...
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