teaching English

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Teaching English for Reconciliation

Originally posted on chroniclesofhopekorea:
Teaching English for Reconciliation by Jan Edwards Dormer and Cheryl Woelk was recently released.  I was pleased to be able to interview them about this progressive approach to language teaching and learning that is concerned with the development of the whole person. 1) Why is reconciliation important in educational contexts? Learner-centered…

Making Peace with a Praying Mantis: [Teacher Interview]

As we strive to learn from each other about ways to connect language instruction, peace, and mission, let’s share our personal experiences with one another! Here is an interview with a fellow Messiah College graduate, Kinley Zook, who I reconnected with at Mennonite World Conference this year. She has spent time teaching English in Laos … Continue reading

Honesty, Rigor, Caring: the thesis of 40 years of teaching

  Whether you’ve been teaching for years or are just starting out, I think that one thing that all teachers wonder is this: Am I making a difference? what exactly did my students take away from me?  We all probably have ideas about what we hope our students take away from us, but what actually sticks, what … Continue reading

English Teaching Service Opportunities for Young Adults

Check out the list of possible service opportunities for teaching English around the world through Mennonite Central Committee. Many of these positions are specifically designed for young adults.

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