A nice, friendly, safe place to chat to other teachers.

I’m sure you’d all love a nice, friendly, safe place to exchange ideas with other teachers.

Being able to chat and discuss teaching really helps keep the stress levels under control, as well as being a great way to make new friends.

Quite a lot of people have been trying, and not being able, to get into the VIP forum this week.

(I guess the super freebies make a difference!)

Well, we’d *love* to have you join us so here’s a little guide to get you started.

1. Β Head over the forum page.Β (Β You’ll probably have to enter your regular VIP username/password to get in there.)

2. Now to join the forum you have to set up a NEW username/password. Β (This is to stop people seeing/stealing your regular username.)

3. Just hit the register button at the top of the page to do it:

There you go, you’ll be a member and have all theΒ help, support and ideas we share.

I treat it like my “front room” where we can chat and exchange ideas and things.

Many of the Genki English themes have come from threads on the forum and everyone is *very* friendly and helpful.

It’s also a fantastic way to make the most of your investment in Genki English.

See you over there, or please put up comment on the blog if you are still having problems!

Be genki,


P.S. Β Did you notice how Apple used “What’s the weather like today?” in their presentation yesterday – I needn’t have done the “How’s the weather?” remix!

Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. When I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. Now I help teachers just like you teach amazing lessons and double your incomes!

2 Responses to “A nice, friendly, safe place to chat to other teachers.”

  1. Gumby

    Please, please post ideas and comments on the forum. Your idea may seem like old hat to you, but it very likely is a fresh, new idea for other teachers. I have learned so much from the forum. I can’t tell you how many times I have posed a question and someone has come up with an answer that helps make my teaching easier.

    Since all the threads are labeled, it is very easy to do a search and find just what you need. This blog is great, too, but it is not as easy to find an older post.

    Looking forward to seeing more names and comments!

  2. Mcma

    Richard I really admire your work. I wasnt to share my fishing game, just tape a clip under each flashcard and on a stick tape a sting and on the edge of this strin a piece of magnet. The you just have lotes of fun.

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