Links for 2011-06-17

  • Unterrichtsmaterial und Inhalte für ihr Smartboard
  • Unterrichtsmaterial und Inhalte für ihr Smartboard
  • The main aim of these Talking Point conversation worksheets is to promote fluency by presenting students with stimulating discussion questions. All Talking Point conversation worksheets are designed for use with students who have reached Pre-Intermediate level, though they are also very successful with Intermediate and more advanced students. Each Talking Point worksheet is accompanied by Teacher’s Notes with answers.
  • „Wiki“ is not a tool.It’s a way of working.It’s a way of collective reflection around an object.
    (tags: (ET)wiki)
  • Do we want schools where leaders ban and block or empower and prepare? While banning and blocking certainly is more convenient and makes the jobs of adults easier, is this really best for kids? When we complain about students using social media or technology irresponsibly can we really blame them if they’ve never been taught how to responsibly use these tools for learning?
    (tags: (ET)facebook)
  • Moodleshare is a great resource for finding free courses to download (and new courses are added every week!). Jon Fila (@Moodleshare) recently posted a new course by Jen Hegna which highlights how to use Google Docs and Apps to create student e-Portfolios. From her post (which made the rounds on Moodlemayhem and elsewhere)
  • Welcome to another episode of SimpleK12’s 2 Minute EdTech Talk, where educators integrate technology – in just two minutes! The goal? To share, to collaborate, and most of all – to help and encourage teachers to try new forms of technology in their own classrooms.
    (tags: (ET)web2.0)
  • This post presents basic use of Flickr and some practical ideas for use of Flickr in classroom. I use Flickr in mainly two ways, first saving my family pictures safe place and keep them private and second find free Creative commons pictures for my presentations with students or other teachers. More information on creativecommons.org. You can also share your pictures, join groups, collaborate with other users.
    (tags: (ET)web2.0)
  • Finally, this is the last part of the series which summarizes the #ELTchat from Jan 12th about Teaching English through songs: activities, resources and benefits of using songs for teaching. In this post I have collected music-related web 2.0 tools which were mentioned during the #ELTchat and examples of how to use them.
  • A comprehensive introduction to using technology in all K-12 classrooms
    (tags: (ET)web2.0)

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