While some in our TESL Ontario community continue working through March Break (perhaps you had your break in February if you work in higher education), many of us will be taking a breather from our classes. Whether you will be enjoying time to relax at home, or will be getting away from it all, March Break is a great time to take a few moments to catch up on some blogs you missed.
To that end, here are a few more recent blogs that we hope will be beneficial to your practice:
AI and technology
From John (just last week!) on AI use in the class
AI in the Classroom: The New, New Normal?
From Cecilia on AI – do you love it or hate it?
AI in the Classroom: Love It or Hate It – It’s Here
From Jennifer on technology in the class – too much?
How much technology is too much?
From Heather on using graphic novels in the class
Rev-Up Reading with Graphic Novels and Comics
From John on using immersive readers
Immersive Reader for Autonomous Reading
From Setareh on reading, reflecting, and learning styles
Personal Learning Styles and Reading Skills
Writing & Reflecting
From Gonul on note-taking skills
Enhancing Students’ NOTE-TAKING Skills II: Assuring the Greatest Benefit from Note-Taking
From Kevin on journal writing
From Sherry on helping students take ownership
Building Student Agency and Autonomy