This was the answer I got when I asked Chris Hadfield if we (teachers) could use the magnificent photos he took from space for educational purposes.
Teachers are not graphic designers (generally speaking). And for that reason, I would like to recommend this web tool that not only helps you to create pretty documents in seconds but it also offers many other possibilities.
The trend of the week is going to be this entertaining app. How to use this tool in class?
Last but not least, to finish with this trilogy of recommendations I would love to speak highly of this Spanish TV show called This is art. The show explores art (music, painting, sculpture, literature…) and its history through different emotions.
At age 89, legendary French filmmaker Agnès Varda has collaborated with 34-year-old visual artist JR on a remarkable new film, titled Faces Places. In it, the two of them journey from one rural French village to another, meeting people, taking their photographs, and printing large-scale versions of them, placed grandly within the environments.
Last weekend a friend of mine asked me to take the HERMES test. What is this test about?
Nowadays it seems that we can easily access every bit of information through the Internet but to be honest some quests can be a bit overwhelming due to the excess of data on some topics.
When I was starting as a language assistant I was running out of ideas when looking for arguments to defend or to oppose a topic included in the themes of the A2 Spanish exam so I decided to take a quick break to clear my mind.
Somehow I ended up in the school library and I bumped into this new acquisition. It is an excellent book that contains in a very well structured and schematic manner. The book is divided into eight varied thematic sections: