As teachers, we want to control all the things the students are doing. It is in the nature of our profession to create perfect students who do things exactly as we tell them and give us answers that are exactly what we are expecting, but that’s not how kids work. They want to do things their own way and be individuals. If our grip is too tight, if we don’t allow their individuality, creativity, and ingenuity to shine through, we might turn off the students to learning and acquiring languages altogether.
Summer has been a great time for rest and reflection. As much as I could, I tried to unplug from the things that were stressing me
This was my first SCOLT Conference and it was my very first time presenting at a conference. It was super exciting! I met a whole
They Figured it Out The kids now know the formula for my stories. They have heard and read enough stories by now that they can
TPRS/Story asking in early elementary This is the second part of a 3 part answer to a question that was sent to me by an
TPRS/Story asking in early elementary I got an email recently from a teacher who was using one of my stories (Roberto no tiene papas fritas). The