Stay hungry. Stay foolish.

Teaching & Learning was born exactly one year ago on a rainy Saturday afternoon! It feels like it was yesterday... I had already edited several blogs on different topics, but a year ago I was working on a Web 2.0 project for a MD in Didactics and that was the starting point to get back to the amazing universe of blogging.
My main targets by that time were: giving suggestions of ELT resources and Web 2.0 tools applied to English language teaching, gathering some practical examples of students' work and discussing their relevance/success in class context, creating an interaction tool with Students/ other Teachers and, above all,  keeping close to Steve Jobs motto: “Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” as I deeply believe work can be done with pleasure and it can be much better if we don’t forget about laughing, enjoying and adding a pinch of foolishness!
200 hundred posts and more than 25000 hits later, I believe most of those objectives were positively achieved. My MD was finished with success… Students enjoyed the experience and improved their writing/reading skills… And T&L audience is growing every day, it comes mainly from the United States, United Kingdom and Portugal, but also from the United Arab Emirates, Russia, Hong Kong, Germany, Japan, Brazil, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand. Thank You for reading T&L, for supporting it and above all for being here! I would also like to thank all those who spend their precious time commenting and giving important feedback!

This year has been a pleasure to me, so I intend to keep on going, posting more about Didactics, English, Culture, Students’ tasks and foolish things, too, of course! I hope to see You all around here a year from now… :D 
One year and counting… HAPPY BIRTHDAY, TEACHING & LEARNING!!! Let's celebrate...

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