Learning technology up dates
- Well after a few months of inertia, over work and low motivation I've finally managed to get back to writing about technology.
Below is a mixture of short articles, tutorials and research questionnaires. I hope you find these useful.
written about a really useful tool to get students doing web based
receptive skills tasks that combine different forms of media.
Here you can read a review of the IATEFL conference and the rise of women presenters in the area of educational technology.
written a tutorial on how to produce your own polls and use them either
with students as learning tasks or to do research or action research.
I've written a short piece on how to create simple video tasks by capturing screen images from video.
wrote short piece on a new tool for creating interactive Pros and Cons
list and how we can use these as simple reading and research tasks with
students and get them to think a little more deeply about what they are
wrote a quick tutorial on how to get rid of embarrassing advertising
images that sometimes appear on useful websites, using a simple tool
been doing some research into digital teaching skills to see which ones
teachers feel they have. There's a tick list of more than 45 skills
also been looking at what teachers feel are the major obstacles to
using computer based materials with young learners. Some surprising
written a short article on the speed of change in technology and
examining the effect that falling prices could have in bridging the
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