I thought a good introductory post would be on the banner for this page. It might seem out of place or odd: paint cans to represent CI, but I honestly think it's a good image.
CI tends to be painted as a single "method" or "strategy" when it comes to language teaching, but, in reality, when it comes to real life practicality, it is more like choosing the paint for a project. Picking a paint isn't as simple as choosing colour, you must consider the space, the type of paint, the colour, the lighting, etc. CI is similar... it isn't about simply choosing CI or using CI principles... it is about meeting those in the room and finding what is best for them...
So, welcome. I am going to use this page to house research, particularly, but also my reflections and ideas on Comprehensible Input.
Is dedicated to CI... But also... dedicated to what CI really is: meeting students where they are and helping them feel safe and make progress. I started this page after the efficacy and existence of research on CI was called into question and I want to make sure that there's a place where these things are easily accessible.