Hello world!

My first active day in the world of ELT blogging.  It’s funny that usually I have lots to say and I’m never short of words, but I am currently truely dumbfounded.   Not the best state to be in for a blog!   So I guess I will keep it short and hopefully sweet.

As the title says “Hello world”, I will simply focus my first post on this.  So I just want to say “hi” to everyone and I am really looking forward to reaching out to fellow ELT trainers across the world and sharing ideas, knowledge and the joys and frustrations of the fasinating world of ELT.

Feel free to click on my ‘about me’ tab, where you can get a quick overview about me and my beliefs & experiences.

 

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3 responses to “Hello world!

  1. Hi Karl,
    Welcome to blogosphere! Really glad to see that you’ve started your own blog! Good luck and looking forward to reading more from you!
    Chia

  2. Welcome to the ELT Blogosphere!
    I found your blog through a comment you left at @CeciELT’s blog. This is pretty much how it works I guess, you leave a comment, someone sees it and finds your blog, and after a while you found yourself immersed in this amazing network of teacher-bloggers-twitters which can turn out to be a real game changer in one’s career. Well, it was for me at least.

    Good luck with the blog. I’m subscribing and looking forward to more posts.

    • Thanks for your message and for welcoming me into ELT Blogoshere. I am already hooked and have read so many great engaging articles. I certainly intend to share many of my ideas and experiences. I hope you find them useful and intersting.

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