Now we can use all this time for language learning. How? There is a lot of language learning software for iPhones and smartphones which can help us to develop our language learning skills. Many of them can be ...
Google is usually one of the first places students turn to when tasked with an assignment. Whether it’s for research, real-time results, or just a little digital exploration … it’s important they know how to properly Google. Lucky for teachers (and students, of course), Google has a handy set of lesson plans that are just waiting to be unleashed upon the leaders of tomorrow.
Scribblar is a free online collaboration tool that is perfect for online tutoring. It is used by teachers, students and schools in over 25 countries. Give it a try today. Scribblar - simple, effective online collaboration. Mentioned in feedback by Casa Thomas Jefferson as a platform that they communicate with their sts in?
Blog from Pete Sharma (co-writer of Blended Learning and 400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards) which reflects his interests and has links to presentations and slides for training sessions he has given.
Voice Translate allows you to not only translate the text with your voice, but is also a portable interpreter. Thus, learning a new language is very simple! Talk in your phone in one language and hear it immeaditly in another language. 20+ languages available.
This is a nice low cost ($0.99) app that allows students to take photographs and add captions to them. It would be a great tool for creating their own visual dictionary. Just snap a picture and add the word and mayb even a translation.
Textivate is a web application which allows users to automatically generate a range of interactive browser-based activities based on any text of up to 500 words.
Simply type or paste a text into the text box on the textivate front page and click on the "textivate now" button to see the available exercises.
Note that the exercises are generated automatically based on the length of your text. You / your students are not expected to attempt
all of the activities available for a particular text. You should choose those activities which are most suitable, taking into account the length and structure of the text, the age and ability of the students, etc.
This site provides a number of game type templates that teachers can edit and add their own content to. Each game type is sold under individual license so it can star to get expensive (average price around $29 per game) but once you have downloaded the template you can create as many games as you want with it. You can demo each game before you buy, so good to check them out and choose one the suits the type of elearning content you would like to create.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.