21st Century Learning

Our Think Tank online magazine represents 21st century learning. Just as you might come across an interesting video on the Internet, click links to read more about it, and then discuss it with colleagues, our Think Tanks work that way too. Each issue starts with a media broadcast, such as a TED Talk on the brain science topic featured in the issue. This is followed by a Think Tank of teachers and researchers writing more about the topic and how it applies to the language classroom. The final Plus section includes book reviews, reader spotlights, and other special contributions.

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The Role of Course and Teacher Evaluation in the Language Classroom

June 2024

We all want to become better teachers, but how can we measure our growth as educators? Evaluations, if done well, can be a useful tool for both teachers and schools to gauge the effectiveness of teaching. In this issue, we’ll take a closer look at what makes evaluations valuable, and how best to go about designing evaluations for different contexts and situations. 

“A teacher’s job is to take a bunch of live wires and see that they are well-grounded.” — Darwin D. Martin

APA reference for this issue

(author). (2024). (article title, sentence case). MindBrainEd Think Tanks: The Role of Course and Teacher Evaluation in the Language Classroom, 10(6), (pages).

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The Brain in Simplified English

We are building a collection of readings about the Mind, Brain, Education and related topics in simplified English. The readings are based on articles and topics that have appeared in our Think Tanks+. Use them with your students. Share them with colleagues. Read them yourself as a gentle introduction to some of the issues and themes discussed in the Think Tanks+.

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