How World Language Teaching Has Evolved
French class doesn’t look the same as it did when you were in school. These six key shifts have changed world language instruction for the better.
Tips for Starting a Podcast
Producing your own podcast is easier than you might think. This list of tools, processes, and general advice will get you started.
Let’s Make Better Slideshows
A lot of you are out there giving lectures, presentations, and workshops, and your slideshows need work. These seven tips will help.
When You Get Nothing But Crickets
The reasons your students (or audience members) aren’t participating the way you want them to, and some new things you can try to get a better response.
A Few Ideas for Dealing with Late Work
The problem of late work never seems to go away. Teachers use these eight smart solutions to manage it with their students.
The Surprising Benefits of Student-Created Graphic Novels
Graphic novels are wonderful for reading, but when students use this form for their own writing, incredible stories can emerge.
Think Twice Before Doing Another Historical Simulation
Historical simulations can be powerful for teaching, but when it comes to traumatic or violent periods, like slavery, there really isn’t a good way to do them.
A Closer Look at Open Educational Resources
OERs have gotten really good over the last few years, and they’re totally free, but in order to steer clear of the crap, you have to know where to look.