Technology in the teaching of second languages

Archive for March, 2014

Zaption: Bringing YouTube to Life in the Classroom.

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Zaption is a new interactive video platform that lets teachers turn ordinary YouTube videos into interactive experiences. Using Zaption, teachers can include quizzes, comments, discussions, and can…

Maria Wilbar‘s insight:

A good tool for flipping the classroom. My only regret is that the only interaction available is written and not oral. 

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Quick Key Mobile

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Quick Key eliminates hand-grading of quizzes, tests, and formative assessments, even for teachers working in paper-based classrooms, without a computer. With Quick Key, you can spend your time addressing the different learning needs of your students, not messing around with grades and grade books. Quick Key is easy to use, and doesn’t require you to change anything about how you teach. But you might, once you discover what you and your students can accomplish when assessment is effortless!

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