Making the move from our safe and trusted traditional literacy habits to newer digital skills can be quite a challenge, but as teachers I think we are really unlikely to be able to use technology and help our students use technology really effectively unless we are prepared to face this challenge. Technology needs to be more than part of the way we teach but it also has to be part of the way we ourselves continue to learn and part of our everyday professional practice.
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"how to use technology as a tool for learning to support all learners in the 24/7 classroom"
A really rich interactive resource with slides and links to resources on topics such as the flipped classroom, digital research, wikis, and digital differentiation.
It's not specific to language teaching, and there's probably too much for one person to take in: a nice place to start for a course in digital literacy, teaching with technology, or technology in continuing professional development.