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  • How Universities Can Optimize Their Learning Delivery Methods

    • May 24, 2021
    • Wiley Education Services

    In this article, David Migliorese, Vice President of Academic Services at Wiley Education Services, discusses ways schools can use different learning methods to support students and faculty.

  • TESOLGobbledygook: The Proliferation of Jargon in English Language Teaching

    • May 17, 2021
    • Joshua D. Bernstein

    English language teachers must learn the vocation’s discourse before they can “shake” the metaphorical tree.

  • EL Teacher Self-Care: Setting Boundaries Between Work and Home

    • May 10, 2021
    • Judie Haynes

    These are unprecedented times. Most of you have had to adopt changes in your teaching environments, moving from face-to-face instruction to virtual or hybrid environments.

  • ELT in 2021 and Beyond: Building a Bridge Over Troubled Waters

    • May 3, 2021
    • Kisha C. Bryan and Kisha Cox

    As we enter 2021, we are hopeful that the experiences of 2020 have fueled a new outlook on life, a renewed passion for the English language teaching (ELT) profession, and a sense of urgency in advocacy for the students we serve

  • The Recipe to Become a Successful Virtual Instructor

    • Apr 26, 2021

    Read this article to find the support you need to be a successful online learning instructor.

  • Restorative & community‐building practices as social justice for English learners

    • Apr 19, 2021
    • Luis Javier Pentón Herrera and Robin L. McNair

    In this theory‐based practice article, the authors introduce restorative and community‐building practices as social justice for English learners.

  • Assessment Equity for ELs: Put Students Before Data

    • Apr 12, 2021
    • Judie Haynes

    As the time for assessing K–12 English learners (ELs) with an English language proficiency test approaches, many teachers and parents are concerned by COVID-19 health considerations during the administering of standardized tests.

  • Engaging ELs in Mainstream Classrooms

    • Apr 5, 2021
    • Meghan Odsliv Bratkovich and Andrew Paulsen

    Talking and using language is essential to the learning process, but English learners in mainstream classrooms tend to talk and participate less than their peers.

  • How to Become a Leader Who Inspires

    • Mar 29, 2021
    • The Wiley Network / Tara Trubela

    Imagine you landed your dream job, but when you start doing the work you love, you quickly come to realize that your manager’s core values are not in line with your own...

  • Connecting With Students Outside of Video-Based Class Time

    • Mar 22, 2021
    • Wiley Education Services

    In this article, Luke Cable, Senior Learning Designer at Wiley Education Services, shares four strategies that enable you to engage students for a deeper, more personal educational experience.

  • Using Social Justice Graphic Novels in the ELL Classroom

    • Mar 15, 2021
    • Brandy Barter‐Storm and Tamara Wik

    Graphic novels are a form of authentic text that have started to gain widespread acceptance in the English language arts field and have been shown to increase students’ motivation to read and engage deeply with texts.

  • 4 Video Game Tricks for Online Learning

    • Mar 8, 2021
    • Jeff Kuhn

    An effective online course and a video game have much in common. Most important, they are intentionally designed objects. That means the experience of the user, not the content or the objective, is the first concern of the designer, and everything is designed to help the player/learner to understand the environment.

  • Teaching and Learning English in AR-Infused Worlds

    • Mar 1, 2021
    • John I. Liontas

    Content-area teachers and English language professionals can employ AR to provide next learning virtualization for increased discovery, trial, engagement, personalization, and conversion of language content data into powerful learning AR formats.

  • Game-Based Instruction in English Language Learning

    • Feb 22, 2021

    The number of ESL students entering public schools remains on a consistent upward trajectory. As educators welcome a more diverse student population into their classrooms, it’s becoming increasingly imperative to add better, more differentiated tools for language learning to our pedagogical tool belts.

  • Everyone has the right to understand: Teaching legal rights to ESL students

    • Feb 15, 2021

    The aim of this article is to offer a research‐based approach to the integration of legal topics in ESL curricula.

  • A Cup of Coffee with TESOL Experts: Flipped Learning

    • Feb 8, 2021

    This week’s question: In a hybrid or flipped context, how should we decide whether a particular activity will be carried out in the physical classroom or online?

  • 10 Reasons to Put Community Before Content

    • Feb 8, 2021
    • Stephanie Marcotte

    With classrooms looking different than they did before COVID-19, we are still under the same pressure to get the desired outcomes from our student and our classes. Though content and outcomes are part of our classroom life, they are not everything. Our classroom community is far more important than any content that we could possibly teach.

  • 6 Strategies to Improve Student Writing and Literacy

    • Feb 1, 2021
    • Erik Thornquist

    The research essay and position paper are staples of composition classrooms. At the same time, students need to move beyond genre.

  • A Cup of Coffee with TESOL Experts: Engaging Students in Live Sessions

    • Feb 1, 2021

    This week’s question: What are some strategies to better engage learners in synchronous learning environments?

  • Peer Advice for Faculty Teaching Online for the First Time

    • Jan 25, 2021
    • Wiley Education Services

    Wiley Education Services sat down with Dr. Roshan Boojihawon and Dr. Michael Shulver to discuss differences between online versus classroom teaching, best practices for the online environment, and recommendations for faculty. Key takeaway: distance learning isn’t so scary after all.