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Follow, Like, Share, Comment!

Hello Teachers!

Do you like the new look of our Blog? We’ve made some little changes in the outlook, the site is more visual, easier to use, with big pictures and galleries. It is quicker to use as a source for your class and allows us to gather feedback even better than before. We’d love to hear from you.

Looking for something specific? Want to share comments about the site? We’d love to hear them and we hope you’ll let us know your thoughts.

But first let’s have a quick reminder of hou you can best use the blog.

1. Follow the blog

If you want to sign up to receive our posts via email, you can write your email address in the Follow this Blog box on left sidebar:

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2. Like and Share

The Like button is an easy way to show appreciation for a post. If you’ve found a post in our blog that was particularly interesting you can rate it giving up to five stars.  The Like button is at the bottom of every post.

At the bottom of each post and page you also find sharing buttons to share our content across a range of social networks/services: Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest.

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3. Comment on posts

If you want to leave a comment on a post, just write your comment in the letter like box you find at the bottom of each post, log in using one of the indicated methods (you can also  use your social account name) and finally post your comment.

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