Tuesday, December 30, 2014


Share your teaching resolutions!

I am really excited to be hosting January's Blog Carnival for RTT. It is a great chance for you to share your blog with a different audience and really get the word out there! Carnivals are one of the highest viewed posts on my blogs, so we hope to get everyone some new readers.
Since the blog will be posted on January 7th, the topic is timely. You've taught for all of (or part of 2014)! Maybe you have a new class, or are in a new country. Now that 2015 is rolling around what's the resolution that you will make for your teach year of teaching (or traveling)?

That's it!
  • Do you want to try more of a new teaching method?
  • Give a new website a try?
  • Make students work with different people?
  • Get guest speakers to come to your class?
  • Have more (or less) patience with the students?
  • Introduce an imaginary student to your class?
Whatever it is we'd love to read about it. Of course, if your post is more about YOU, that's fine too!
  • Travel more
  • Grade less
  • Get a teaching certificate
Any questions be sure to ask!
To participate, I'll need you to e-mail or tweet me a link to your blog article by January 4th (just in time since my school year starts up January 5th) 

Be sure to include:
-The link to your blog post
- A short description of your entry. 
- A short bio of themselves
- A picture if you wish (otherwise I'll just use a screenshot of your blog)
To be sure others can participate please include an introduction that includes the following information (reword as you wish)

This post is part of the Reach To Teach Teach Abroad Blog Carnival. The host for January is Carissa Peck over at mELTing Activities, so be sure to check out her blog January 7th to see everyone's great resolutions! If you’d like to contribute to next month’s Blog Carnival, please get in touch with for information on how to participate!

I hope that everyone is having an AWESOME December, and that you will have an even better 2015.


  1. - Read more
    - Complain less
    - Stop procrastinating
    - Use more English and less mother tongue in my classroom
    - Write a new blog post at least once a week

    Quite a list :)

    1. Good luck on all of these! Stop complaining is a tough, but very beneficial one :)


Thanks so much for commenting. Due to spam, your comment may not show up right away, but as soon as I get a chance to approve it I will. I promise to be as fast as possible!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...