#KELTchat preview: 17 March, 2013

Hi all #KELTchatters out there!

I hope your new school years are going well. After a long and restful winter break, #KELTchat returns this weekend with our first chat of the new semester. The topic has been democratically dictated: “Experiments I’m trying/ would like to try out this year.”

Experiments don’t have to be large and dramatic (although they can be). One theme that I have noticed coming up more and more recently is that of small changes (see @GemL1’s blog post and @breathyvowel’s recent post for a start). Small changes are another type of experiment. For this chat, we will discuss the experiments we are doing/ plan to do this year.

In preparation for this chat, there are a few questions we can think about (although we are, of course, happy for the chat to take the direction that most interests our chatters):

Why experiment?
What changes, big or small, are you making this year?
What experiments would you like to try out?
If you have been trying out something new, how is it going so far?
How will you assess the results of your experiments?

We look forward to seeing you at 8pm on March 17th! Happy tweeting!

If you’re new to Twitter chatting and aren’t sure quite how it works, check out this handy guide. If you have no idea what #KELTChat is, have a look here or here. You can also contact us through Twitter (@breathyvowel, @JosetteLB, @michaelegriffin, @alexswalsh, @annehendler, @johnpfordresher) or on our Facebook page.

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I live and work in Japan (formerly in South Korea) as an English teacher. I'm blogging here because I want to reflect on and share the things I have learned about teaching and learning over the years. I look forward to your feedback!

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