keepitrealELT

Reflections on authenticity in teaching and learning

Writing it down, typing it up.

Maybe it is a bit old school but I’m not going to stop…I still carry a notebook and actually write stuff in it.

The notebooks are numerous.  Some of them are half empty.  Some of them are half full.  Some of them are full full.

It’s time to digitise my notebook (has someone already done that ? I wonder…). 

I will continue to take notes but the ones that are at the forefront of my mind will appear here.

With maybe some photos.

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This entry was posted on 22/03/2012 by in Uncategorized and tagged .

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