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eTwinning Magazine January

Posted by Maria on January 22, 2011

January magazine


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Posted by Maria on May 5, 2010

Have a nice month!
In a week, classes in secondary schools officially end and the exams period of May-June begins. Everybody must be really working hard to meet his/ her deadlines and to round up the school year successfully. Nevertheless, I would like to keep publishing new posts in my blog. To tell the truth, I was running out of ideas to write about, but I got a helpful hand from the latest issue of “ASPECTS today”, that is PEKADE’s quarterly magazine (as a member of this association I can receive it free of extra charge to my home address). So, the good news I read is that an e-magazine has been released by the Hellenic Open University. It is called “Research Papers in Language Teaching and Learning” and its web address is The first issue was published in February 2010 and it contains 18 papers by EFL teachers in Greek state schools. The fact that professional development should complement our working life seems to be a reality for a growing number of practitioners in the field.
Well, let’s welcome and wish RPLTL a long e-publishing life!

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