Free MiniFlash Card Template

A few weeks back, I described the process I used for creating my mini-flash card template. I thought I’d upload a copy here for anybody who was interested to use it for their classes. The numbers and dotted formatted boxes part of the template is an image...

Free Printable EFL + ESL Flashcards

I’m currently in the process of making new flashcards for my classes, and just discovered a useful resource of free EFL flashcards. EFL Flashcards has a few dozen lexical sets of flashcards, that cover a broad range of topics. While I want to continue to create...

CloudMounter for Mac – App Review

Today, I want to share with you a handy little Mac app I’ve been using, called CloudMounter. What CloudMounter does, is to bring all of your cloud storage services together into one place, making them easily accessible via Finder, as if they were hard drives...

Designing mini-flash cards

I recently updated my mini-flash card template. My school (and I suspect many teachers) create their mini-flash cards using Microsoft Word. However, I’ve found that to be problematic, often leading to mini-flash cards that are hard to work with (digitally), and...

Spiderman

One of the applications of differentiated learning is to make your lessons more engaging by understanding your learners, and personalising lesson content to their needs and interests. I’ve been lucky to be teaching a small group of Starter students for a while...