Teacher’s House – An Overview

Teacher’s House – An Overview

Reading Time: 4 minutes A Community of Teachers From the very beginning, Brandy’s vision was not to amass a large number of followers or group members, but to create a community of like-minded educators who cared about improving themselves and the education experience for their students. Now hosting over 50 WeChat groups with a member base of almost 10,000 […]

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The Magic Mirror – Improving Adult Students’ Confidence

The Magic Mirror – Improving Adult Students’ Confidence

Reading Time: 5 minutes This article intends to share a unique way to support the adult students who are in need of learning how to be more confident speaking English, especially speaking English with a foreigner.  After six years of teaching adult students in various cities throughout China, I have found one common concern from my adult students of […]

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How To Use English at Home – Part 5 Bilingual

How To Use English at Home – Part 5 Bilingual

Reading Time: 3 minutes Making up songs may not come naturally to you, but you’ll learn to love it. It’s simple: ● First, choose a melody you and the child know. ● Then, use English words to talk about something you’re doing/thinking about. You can even make the song a conversation. ● The words don’t have to rhyme or fit perfectly with […]

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How To Use English at Home – Part 4 Bilingual

How To Use English at Home – Part 4 Bilingual

Reading Time: 5 minutes The best way to help your child learn a foreign language is to bring that language into the home and into your lives as a family. Many parents and children feel like they can’t possibly squeeze in any more school time. No problem! You’d be surprised at how much English you can practice if you […]

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How To Use English at Home – Part 3 Bilingual

How To Use English at Home – Part 3 Bilingual

Reading Time: 3 minutes Part 3 – Let Your Child Teach You 让孩子当小老师 In our last 2 segments, we explored using games to interact with children in English at home. Not only is this great for reinforcing what the student has learned in school, but it’s a fun, easy way for families to build their relationships. Many parents, however, […]

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Free Online Resources

Free Online Resources

Reading Time: 3 minutes Finding new and engaging content for your online classes is difficult and can be time consuming, Teacher’s House have made this a little easier with this collection of free and accessibly online resources. The Smithsonian has a collection of more than 137 million items in more than two dozen museums and research centers, everything from scientific […]

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Genius Online STEM Class Ideas

Genius Online STEM Class Ideas

Reading Time: 2 minutes Online English class? No problem. Online Math class? Let’s get to it! Online Physics lab? Ye……what??!! Moving to online teaching is a new experience for teachers and students but this is an ideal time for everyone to engage in some creativity and critical thinking.  We’ve scoured all the available resources on the internet and in […]

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How to Teach an Online Class – High School Edition

How to Teach an Online Class – High School Edition

Reading Time: 3 minutes Last week, we had an overwhelming reponse to our article How to Teach an Online Class in 12 Easy Steps (if you missed it, you can catch up here –  How To Teach an Online Class in 12 Easy Steps) We received many requests for an easy-to-follow guide for older students. The problem is that […]

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Learn Chinese the fast and easy way

Learn Chinese the fast and easy way

Reading Time: < 1 minute “I’m too busy to learn another language.” “I have too much work to do.”  “I don’t know where to start.” It’s time to put aside all your excuses and finally learn some Chinese. “But I’m an English teacher, why do I need to learn Chinese?” Well, you live and work in China so you’re going […]

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Webinar – Music and Child Development

Webinar – Music and Child Development

Reading Time: 2 minutes Tuesday, February 25, 2020 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm EST Join this edWebinar as we discuss the many ways in which music participation in early childhood naturally supports the brain development of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.  Research continues to emphasize how important the first five years of a child’s life are for their brain […]

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