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“I have fairly large classes (between 30 and 45 people) and I'm looking for some ideas on interactive activities” ~Mike Charlton

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Our struggles as educators are not unique to ourselves

“I have fairly large classes (between 30 and 45 people) and I'm looking for some ideas on interactive activities”

~Mike Charlton

“I've taught ESL in Asia before, so I will assume . . . that the main problem you're facing, besides office politics, is the fact that you have huge classes with huge spreads in ability”

~Terry Waltz

“The idea of reflexivity is only one part of the picture and it leaves students with a very incomplete picture.

~Pat Barrett

Our struggles as educators are not unique to ourselves.

Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today. ~Malcolm X


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