Benjamin L. Stewart, PhD

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               Experience is not what happens to you. It is what you do with what happens to you. - Aldous Huxley

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My name is Benjamin Stewart and I´m an EFL teacher educator and researcher at the Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes in Mexico. My research interests include personal learning networks and teacher professional learning among EFL/ESL educators. I hold a master’s degree in education, curriculum and instruction: technology from Grand Canyon University and a doctoral degree in instructional and curriculum leadership.


I am the proud recipient of the UPE award for August of 2009 and for April of 2013.

EL4C51 - WikiEducator Learning4Content Workshop: "Becoming an Agent of Change through Openness"

I was proud to co-facilitating EL4C51! Why not visit my group's user pages and say hello! to each member!

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A WE Workshop for EFL educators in Aguascalientes, Mexico (August of 2010):

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WE Workshops (eL4C)


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Please sign the guest book by clicking on the "edit" button in the upper, right-hand corner of this pod!--Benjamin Stewart


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I have been taking Vietnamese lessons (from VES) for a few months on Skype (as well as on my own and using an app on my phone). In this post I’d like to share a brief moment from an online class...
— mikecorea 2021-04-27 06:59:39
Students’ letters to their former selves
As readers of this blog know, I am a big fan of using letters in various ways in both English teaching and teacher training. In fact, my most recent (which was not all that recent as it was from De...
— mikecorea 2021-04-20 10:17:45
Letter to the me of November 1st
Dear Mr. Mike,  I hope this finds you well. Yes, it’s me, writing to you from the future. Again! Today is December 1st, 2020 and I am writing to the you (me) of November 1st, so I am just a mont...
— mikecorea 2020-12-01 08:32:16
An Expe[r]iential  Activity (and additional thoughts)
Hello there. Let’s try something different. Okay. I am going to ask you to write something but first I want to give you a chance to think about the topic. Assuming you are involved with t...
— mikecorea 2020-08-03 10:52:57
My workspace “practicalenglish” is inactive, and is scheduled to be reclaimed
Do you even PBworks, bro? Apparently, I’ve been in the PBworks game for about 13 years to varying degrees of success. I thought such wikis had great potential and I was quite sure they&am...
— mikecorea 2020-07-27 15:09:12

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Software Freedom Day

On September 17, 2009, Software Freedom Day, the Open Education Resources Foundation will have an official launch. As part of this launch it will sign the Cape Town Open Education Declaration. It would also like to get as many Wikieducator members as possible to sign up on the same day.

You can read the Cape Town Open Education Declaration here. A fact sheet is available here.


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