Technology in the teaching of second languages

Archive for February, 2014

SlideBoom, para pasar de PPT a HTML5 | The Flipped Classroom

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Otra interesante herramienta para los usuarios de PowerPoint es SlideBoom Se trata de una aplicación web 2.0 que nos permite almacenar online presentaciones d

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Provoking thinking using Verso

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I recently have been introduced to the app Verso and have been blown away by the possibilities for capturing true student opinion, understanding and feedback.  The aim of Verso is to flip your thin…

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How to Use Google Drive for Descriptive Feedback Using Sharing Options

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How to Use Google Drive for Descriptive Feedback. Act on John Hattie’s research suggesting descriptive feedback has the greatest influence on learning.

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MOOCs, Trust, and the Signature Track – #FutureEd – Blogs – The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Are MOOCs Still Going Strong? – Edudemic

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With thousands of students still enrolling, and sites like EdX, Coursera, Udacity, and more continuing to add new course offerings, it would seem as though MOOCs are just getting bigger and better. Right? Well, maybe.

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