Category Archives: Blog challenges

Mindfulness Blog Challenge

I’m proud to announce that I’ve recently taken part in The Mindfulness Summit, a not-for-profit project with a mission to make mindfulness mainstream. Now, what is mindfulness and why am I writing about it on an ELT blog? In a nutshell, … Continue reading

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#BlogChallenge: What Did You Teach Today?

This post is a response to a Blog Challenge started by Anthony Smith. This is what Anthony says: Out of curiosity and intrigue, and as a means of reflection, write what you did in your class(es) today, from checking attendance to … Continue reading

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Blogging habits

Being a blogging addict, I can’t but take up another blog challenge, this time coming from the mind and pen of Zhenya Dnipro. In her recent post, inspired by Vedrana Vojkovic’s questions, Zhenya planned to reveal some of her blogging rituals, and … Continue reading

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One word for 2015

All the challenges currently going on in the bloggosphere are dangerously contagious. So it’s only understandable that I can’t resist the temptation to follow the example of other bloggers. Recently I’ve read a number of posts about people’s New Year’s … Continue reading

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