Archive for ‘Technology’

May 3, 2016

Speaking Mandarin Online

Note: this is not an endorsement. Just share information about possible services if your school has no Chinese programs, but students want to take Mandarin as their language option.

http://speakmandarin.com

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November 29, 2014

Google Forms for Education

Google apps for education are extremely versatile and practical. The learning curve is next to zero and the best part is their adaptability to any teaching needs.

I have been looking for ways to make use of google forms besides using it to do small-scale class survey and polls. I particularly want to know more about using forms to do auto-graded quizzes. I came across the following website and found these instructions very practical and easy to follow.

https://sites.google.com/site/kernkelley/forms

A shoutout to any of you out there doing similar searches.

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September 18, 2014

Video for All

A high-profile EU-funded project. to be launched in full soon. The idea is to be a comprehensive repository for all video uses in the FL classroom, examples, ideas, questions, theories,…

Something to be curious about.

Link: http://videoforall.eu/

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September 12, 2014

Seeking funding for using technology in the language classroom

If you are a teacher that uses technology in your classroom, if you spent the majority of hours creating online materials, created blended course modules, it is worthwhile to consider seeking financial support for your endeavors. This link leads to useful resources to come up with the essential arguments in your proposal:

http://www.adfl.org/resources/index_online.htm