Monthly Archives: October 2014

A tool to check your writing

We’ve finally found a tool that can help you make your writing bold and clear. And the name is quite easy to remember, too. The Hemingwayapp.com. Just copy and paste something you’re working on and click on the ‘edit’ button. Or, click the ‘write’ button to compose something new.Continue Reading

A team-building activity

The Floating Stick is another activity one of our workshop participants introduced us to. Watch a short video clip to see how it goes. Time: about 10 -30 minutes. Goal: To show the importance of communication and teamwork in achieving a goal. Tools: A long, light rod or stick (for example a garden bamboo or a tent pole). Objectives: DuringContinue Reading

On teaching and discovery

“You cannot teach a man anything. You can only help him discover it within himself.” Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer and mathematician  Of course, we all know this, don’t we? But it’s nice to be reminded from time to time. 😉Continue Reading

Multi-sensory learning

Multisensory learning happens when more than one sense is used to acquire and retain information. You’ll find a lot of ideas in an article we found for you called “72 Ways to Make Learning Multi-Sensory“. Can you use any of them?Continue Reading

Adjectives and their three degrees of comparison

We often see people struggling with the comparison of adjectives. If you find them difficult too, you might like to take a look at this article we found on DailyWritingTips. Of course, the short words are easy (like big, bigger and the biggest), but what about those longer words? Oh, and by the way, ‘moreContinue Reading