Here were the top ten Ajarn blogs for September 2018 in terms of reader numbers.
1) Games for large unruly classes / Geoff Richards - should games always have a pedagogical value? No. Especially not the ones that you use as energy burners and to get students' brains working in English at the start of a class.
2) Renewing a UK passport in Bangkok / Bangkok Phil - applying for a new passport was actually a very straightforward procedure. However, like many bureaucratic processes in Thailand, advance preparation is key.
3) Problems with the Thai public education system / Mark Brown - A list of almost twenty issues that certainly need looking at.
4) Interviewing foreigners / Phil Roeland - During all the years I've spent in Thailand and the rest of South-East Asia I have been approached dozens of times by students armed with questionnaires eager to interview me.
5) The key to learning Thai / Stephen Saad - Listening and speaking – it’s that simple!
6) Kindergarten Cop 2 / Stephen Louw - Classroom management muscle: Lessons from Arnie in Kindergarten Cop
7) A blissful situation / Richard Constable - Building the home of my dreams in Thailand
8) How a foreigner can buy real estate in Thailand / Neil McDonough - Yes indeed, foreigners can certainly invest in the Thai property market
9) Teach in Thailand: the ultimate gap year / Richard McCully - Why Thailand would make a fantastic choice for your year off.
10) The winning cover letter / Curt Crossley - And how to write a losing cover letter of course.