Why the PopuLLar Project is Popular with Teens

What’s great about the PopuLLar project and how can you and your students get involved? It’s a project that is ‘Owned’ by the students who work autonomously and collaboratively; teachers are facilitators and guides to the project process. It uses the students own love of music as the motivator and we know teenagers love their […]

10 Ways to Use Lucidchart Online Graphic Organizers in the Classroom

Post from guest blogger, Brad Hanks. Note: All views expressed and resources shared by this blogger are not necessarily supported or endorsed by Teacher Reboot Camp. Part of the Cool Sites series!   Lucidchart is the best free learning tool you’ve never heard of.  It’s an online diagramming tool that’s easy to use and supported […]

The Teacher's Survival Kit for Lesson Planning! Tips & 1000s of Free Lesson Plans

I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think. – Socrates Within the garden of learning is the students’ gained knowledge put into use. The way we design our lessons and activities determine how successful our learners will be in grasping new knowledge. We also have to ensure students pass tests and achieve learning […]

The Young Learners Edition (23rd) of the ESL/EFL/ELL Carnival

Welcome to the 23rd edition of the ESL/EFL/ELL Carnival with the focus on Young Learners! Let us start the month with some fantastic resources on motivating and managing young learners. These resourceful reading materials are from many of the finest bloggers, authors, and educators of the English language teaching world! So brew your favorite coffee […]

Just Some Good Ol' ELT Pedagogy & Practice #TESOLFr Highlights

Part 2 of 3 TESOL France Highlights The TESOL France conference was one of the best conferences I have attended and so full of information that it’s taking 3 posts! A great thanks to TESOL France president, Bethany Cagnol (@bethcagnol) and the other conference organizers for planning such an amazing line-up of speakers! In this post, […]

Goal-Setting with English Language Learners

Enjoyed these resources? Get your copy of The 30 Goals for Teachers or Learning to Go. Part of any curriculum should involve goal-setting. Ideally, goal-setting should occur at the beginning of the year and be a collaborative effort between students and teachers. Each year, I look for a better approach to getting students to really […]