Learning Cosmos: A Voyage into the Learner’s Universe
About 6 years ago I became obsessed with finding some sort of magic formula of what a successful lesson plan … Continue reading There’s no Magic Formula but the Science of Learning can help
I’m privileged to say that I’m part of a team of lecturers who is qualifying the first generation of bilingual … Continue reading The Five Pillars of Language Evolution – and Why we Mustn’t Neglect them
Komorebi (木漏れ日) Imagine getting out ot bed, putting on a hoodie – because it’s a little chilly – and walking … Continue reading Four Japanese words, Minimalism, and Innovation: What about ELT?
Many teachers in Brazil are going back to class this week and a major concern they share with school managers, … Continue reading Making Thinking and Learning Visible: An Empirical Approach to Teaching
Written by André Hedlund and Rodolfo Mattiello The idea that multilingualism develops cognitive potential and influences perception is well explored … Continue reading Language, Thought, and Time Perception: How far-fetched is the movie Arrival?
I feel incredibly accomplished. Yesterday, as I was checking my email, I noticed I had a package waiting for me. … Continue reading Learning Cosmos: A Conceptual Framework to Understand your Learner’s Universe
Adapted from my text for PolicyBristol Blog. Don’t forget to access the first part of this series “Challenging. The Brazilian Educational … Continue reading Bilingual Education in Brazil – Part 2: History of Education and English Teaching
In recent years, an important debate has been taking place on the concept of bilingual education and how it fits … Continue reading Bilingual Education in Brazil – Part 1: What options are there?
The narrative It was a terribly cold day in April 2019 and I was incredibly frustrated at my failed attempt … Continue reading Metacognition and Learning: What can the Renaissance teach us about how to learn best?
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