Brené Brown, vulnerability and courage: why we should step out of our comfort zone and be seen

The first time I heard about Brené Brown was probably around 2 years ago back in Brazil. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a big TED Talks fan and have literally … Continue reading Brené Brown, vulnerability and courage: why we should step out of our comfort zone and be seen

Managing Project-Based Learning – A collaboration with Stephan Hughes (the first of many, hopefully)

Implementing project-based learning in a content-based syllabus has become the order du jour in educational contexts in general and in ELT in particular. Academic directors and coordinators face the responsibility … Continue reading Managing Project-Based Learning – A collaboration with Stephan Hughes (the first of many, hopefully)

6 fun games that promote Autonomy, Choice, and Engagement – my ACE concept

Much has been discussed about ways of tapping into the 21st-century skills in the classroom. Sure we want our students to think critically and creatively, to communicate and to collaborate … Continue reading 6 fun games that promote Autonomy, Choice, and Engagement – my ACE concept