Bravo à tous les collègues qui partagent leurs expériences au travers de leurs sites, blogs, wiki, …. Cette rubrique s’efforce de donner un coup de projecteur sur leurs réalisations. Ce mois-ci : Le ScoopIt "Digital Delights for Learners’ de Ana Cristina Pratas.
Ce mois-ci, rendons honneur au ScoopIt "Digital Delights for Learners" de Ana Cristina Pratas. Une fois n’est pas coutume, ce n’est pas un blog, ni un site web qui est mis à l’honneur, mais un site de curation de contenu résultant d’une veille pédagogique. Notre éminente collègue AC Pratas est à l’affut de toutes les nouveautés concernant l’enseignement des langues avec les TICE et nous fait partager cette manne dans son "LiveBinder’ (Classeurs de liens organisés par thème sur une étagère virtuelle), mais également dans son ScoopIt. Elle y explique le fonctionnement d’un outil et son usage dans leur pratique de professeur de langue.
Last week, the Scoop.it team and I were extremely excited to announce the launch of our brand new Rewards Program. Now that all of the new rewards members have been notified, I'd like to shine the Scoop.it spotlight on a few of the top curators from the past six months.
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In this paper, we examine the use of visual metaphor as a tool of reflection for supporting growth towards a multicultural teacher. Tampere University of Applied Sciences’ "Multicultural Authentic eLearning" (MAeL) module is offered as part of the school’s post graduate teacher education program. The shoe metaphor functions as a symbol of continuous authentic learning related to the growth process. This study give voices to three MAeL students through reflections they did in their blogs during the module and in post-course joint reflection/summing up. The main findings of the three personal...
This article presents an endeavor to create an online learning community for European language teachers in higher education. The approach presented here is based on the premise that knowledge is produced through processes in the interactions between people. The aim of the authors has been to get first-hand experience of community building, both in terms of digital choices and reflecting on community goals, while working within a transparent and dynamic small community of practice, the goal of which was to design an online community for language teachers.
This is the blog from a lifelong learner (Ana Cristina) who truly cares about education. Be prepared to be overwhelmed (in a good way) with tons of resources and posts! I found out about her on Twitter and have been enjoying her posts every day since. Spread the word!!
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