One app that I have absolutely loved since it came out in 2012 is Nearpod. It’s a user friendly presentation tool in which you can add quizzes, polls, drawings, gap fill activities and memory tests to Redefine your lessons and make them engaging and fun at the same time! It falls in the same line as Socrative and… Continue reading Interactive Teacher paced Presentations
There are many ways in which we as teachers can Flip our classroom. We can record ourselves actually teaching a (usually empty) class, we can record our voice and the presentation we’re showing, we can record ourselves on the left of the screen and the PowerPoint itself on the right, etc. However, many of these ways of Flipping… Continue reading Flipping the classroom? Why not?
For a few weeks I’ve been thinking about what to blog. I could blog about the things I found online about the SAMR and TPACK models, or I could blog about what I saw on my students blogs. Not going to say anything about any of that yet, because it would be great if my students… Continue reading What to blog, what to blog
Because I’m teaching TELL with a colleague I’ve started this blog. With this blog I hope to share a lot that I’ll have learnt about Technology Enhanced Language Learning from snooping around the internet and from my students. I’m looking forward to reading their blogs too!