Sunday, December 21, 2014

2101. I choose my children's school, so what?



Education and raising up are too much important for the kid. Parents ought to be free to choose a school according to their beliefs and life philosophy. 

2100. Who's the teacher today?



I was looking forward to writing something. 

It's something evident and obvious, yet we kind of sometimes forget that the students themselves are more important than what I'd planned for today's class. 

First the student. Even more: the first concerning of the teacher himself must be just the teacher himself.

Friday, December 19, 2014

2099. All the time educators, no doubt


We are not only educators at school, but all day long. 

Our job as educators, or parents, isn’t confined to certain times. 

Even though our students weren’t present at a given moment, we still are educators and parents and teachers. We pass them on educative values or contra-values, depending on our attitudes. / Photo from: teacher thestudentmanual com

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

2098. A test of English?


After Christmas and some longer time, say mid-January, I’m testing my adult learners. The thing is that with them we practice aurally mainly, and the test will be written. So the point will be for me to some way learn my students’ level of English, in general. / Photo from: sierra nevada www cronicanorte es

2097. About to post

I can count these days on a single computer, which is shared by several people, and the Internet doesn't always work. However, I'll try to contact you: I will carry on with this fight.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

2096. More about books, books, books



We oughtn’t to escape from real life, otherwise we should face up with trouble and problems, with God’s help ever. 

However on the other side we should learn about other people, other places and times, in fiction and non-fiction literature. 

It’s a way of thinking otherwise, but it doesn’t separate from reality, because we close the book or turn off the e-book. / Photo from: www huffingtonpost com