David Deubelbeiss, the founder of the excellent resource EFL Classroom 2.0 (which is high on the list of The Best Resource Sites For ESL/EFL Teachers), has begun a public blog. Previously, you could only read it if you were a member of EFL Classroom 2.0 (it’s free to join).
I would strongly recommend that anybody who works with English Language Learners subscribe to it.
Thanks for the nod. I”m busy designing it and despite the wrinkles, I’m sticking with edublogs. Just from the mere fact that I think those in education should support a worthy cause and after a lot of research – I can say edublogs does.
Still, for the moment only Firefox works. We’ll see what happens. I’ll be updating it daily with all the best of the EFL Classroom 2.0 material. I enjoy sharing what little I know and hope this will help some others…