Google Docs is a user friendly suite of online collaborative tools that come with tremendous potential for use in the classroom. I have spent some time discovering innovative ways to use them as effective tools for learning.
English Exercises for ADVANCED learners and IELTS Students. Online reading and listening activities, games and quizzes, plus printable worksheets and free lesson materials for English Language Teachers.
Incorporating Bloom's Taxonomy into lesson objectives will enable learners to visualize the ‘bigger picture.’ We can use the cognitive domain of the Taxonomy to realize what exactly we are asking learners to do in class.
Fun Games for ESL Teachers and Students, Powerpoint Games, Games for Kids, Printable Board Games and Poker Card Games, Interactive Games and Game Templates for ESL Lesson Plans, Snakes and Ladders, ESL Hangman Games, Wheel of Fortune, TEFL Games, ...
Our aim when designing learning resources is to create something that engages our learners and brings about change. In this post I’m going to share six tips for designing elearning that focus on the learner.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.