Imagine a visit to a very collegial lounge where you can relax a moment and sip your tea and chat, or dish if you need to. This is a place to connect and renew the spirit that led you into teaching.
Every teacher has had “one of those days,” and you’ll find solace and solutions in this section’s teacher diaries and “Dear YANA” columns. YANA stands for You Are Not Alone, and represents the sage advice of language teaching professionals.
All of your questions about languages, no matter how obscure they might be, are addressed by Dora Johnson in “Languages? Ask Dora.”
If the tech support folks are beginning to hang around your classroom, you might need some of the “Tech for Teachers” advice and tutorials.
"Business Language in Focus" is a series of columns connecting business and language through the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) located at The George Washington University.
"Self-Reflection and Better Teaching" strategies help every teacher become a better learning facilitator by looking at and thinking about what happens in the classroom every day.
"Sound Bites for Better Teaching" is just a bunch of common sense truisms that the author has learned over the years and would like to pass on to you as food for thought.
Another source of information and support is the fellow teachers available through the many teacher forums and professionals listservs.