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Mau Buchler

Mau Buchler

Education BR
I've been teaching English to people of all levels, nationalities, and socio-economic backgrounds for 20 years, and I've been working with online ed since 2004. I've also been speaking at conferences, training teachers, and travelling around the world building an online, English-learning experience. Past activities include hosting a radio show for 3 years, simultaneous translation work at conferences, fund-raising, and owning a beachfront bar in northeastern Brazil :)




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Teachers, would you join us for our first class on Skype in the classroom?

I'm in :)


I'm quit impressed by her []( Also here is an interesting video of Adora Svitak on TED ...

Who wants to test a new English-learning game?

That would be great! Cheers!

Who wants to test a new English-learning game?

That would be great! Cheers!


I could pass it on to my EAL colleague ...


Virtual learning environments can certainly benefit pupils, but if families don’t understand the system – or don’t have internet access – ...

What are the pros and cons of BYOD?

Yes, there are a ton of pros and cons in implementing BYOD, many of which are theoretical (because we haven't been doing it long enough to know). You ...


Ah, Snapchat – the photo messaging app with just a bit of a

Why are chat apps so popular among teens, when texts are often free?

I agree with all of the above, but I want to add snapchat to the mix. My nephews love it because the message is deleted automatically after it's ...

Could the internet improve children's grammar?

I agree up to a point. The internet is overrun with grammar mistakes, but at the same time, there have never been so many people reading and writing ...

What blogs out there are written by kids for kids?

This girl really dishes it out: [](


Who wants to test a new English-learning game?

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Got it? So let's get to it.

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