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23
MAR
2021

Collecting Resume Advice And Creating Compelling Conversations

“Job-hunting is always mysterious. Sometimes mind-bogglingly mysterious. You may never understand why things sometimes work, and sometimes do not.” –Richard Nelson Bolles (1927-2017), Author of “What Color is Your Parachute“ By Samantha Jungheim and Eric H. Roth...
19
MAR
2021

How can we help prepare future international students to navigate an American classroom?

“The classroom should be an entrance into the world, not an escape from it” – John Ciardi (1916-1986), American poet and translator   By Samantha Jungheim and Eric H. Roth Do you teach English students abroad? Are you educating young adults looking to study in the United...
13
FEB
2021

Podcasts for Real Skills and Compelling Conversations

By Samantha Jungheim & Eric H. Roth “Any story hits you harder if the person delivering it doesn’t sound like some news robot, but in fact sounds like a real person having the reactions a real person would.” –Ira Glass (1959- ), American radio personality and host ...
09
FEB
2021

Understanding Your Students Better with a Remote Learning Survey

“We must accept finite disappointment but never lose infinite hope.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968), American human rights leader By Samantha Jungheim & Eric H. Roth How do we know what our students already know about edtech tools? Should we, perhaps, ask...
06
FEB
2021

Elevating Your Teaching Career with a MAT-TESOL Degree

Let’s start your teaching career strong!    “How long are you going to wait before you demand the best for yourself and in no instance bypass the discriminations of reason?” -Epictetus (50-135 AD), Stoic philosopher Should you pursue a MAT-TESOL degree or simply...
30
JAN
2021

Connecting the Dots: Teaching Students to Describe Infographics

Our online audience included CATESOL members, California educators, English teachers, community college instructors, and other ESL professionals. Our presentation emphasized four simple steps to creating data commentaries are: introduce the infographic, identify significant data,...
23
JAN
2021

Why Writing 3rd Person Biostatements Deepens Resilience

“We know what we are, but we know not what we may be.” –William Shakespeare (1564-1616), English playwright  By Eric H. Roth & Samantha Jungheim Can you tell your life story in a positive light?  What have you achieved so far? What are you working on? What are your life...