Here you will find my thoughts and responses to whatever it is I'm learning or reading at the moment. As I teach English as a Foreign Language, occasionally you'll be able to read some of my thoughts on that as well.
José Luis de Diego is a University teacher (Professor)in Literature. He has a weekly column (on Mondays, usually) in our local newspaper, Diario "El Día", which I enjoy very much. His reflections run deep but have that very special sense of humour of those who observe the world, see their changes and flaws and yet manage to distance themselves just enough to give us a rational analysis without depriving their readers of a felt commitment to their points of view.
Here's a link to his latest column (in Spanish)entitled "Microficciones"
I taught English as a Foreign Language (EFL)for about 20 years.My learners' ages varied from 6 to 60+ and their levels from beginner to advanced (A1-C1 on CEFR scale).I'm interested in blended learning,in fostering life-long, autonomous learning skills and in how the brain works when we learn.
I'm now majoring in chemistry.