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Brad Patterson

Brad Patterson

Brad Patterson

Brad Patterson has cooked, built homes, massaged, yoga-ed and finally taught his way through the past decade. While having taught martial arts and yoga, the past five years have been focused on language instruction, and primarily EFL.


A BIG language geek himself, he shares the ins and outs of etymology, why Chinese is SO COOL, and always digging deeper to see how sociolinguistics impact our day-to-day existence. Lots of giggles in class, and always ready to learn or try something new.



Presentation Title: Sharing values in the classroom: When, How, and Why… and why not.

How can we share more effectively ? Most teachers are motivated to share their knowledge, and at times their reflections/beliefs on our little world. Without the right perspective and an ‘open-investigative’ approach, these gifts may be rejected.

 Time and Date:  Saturday, July 30th at 6:30am LA time. You can check other time zones here, http://www.timeanddate.com

Check the SCHEDULE for more time and dates!

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One thought on “Brad Patterson

  1. If my education career goes down the tunnel, I’m becoming a comedian ! … who shares values ! 🙂

    Posted by Brad Patterson | July 26, 2011, 12:01 pm

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