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There’s a “mapp” for that!

April 12, 2012


SGI Guest Post (1) Just a quick post to let you know that over the coming weeks I’ll be writing a short series of guest posts for St George International (SGI). Here’s the first installment, which suggests a few ways of how to use on-line maps with your students. Will keep you posted on future […]

Two edtech projects that I like

June 22, 2011


Two edtech projects that I like Two of the uses of technology that have impressed me most over the last academic year have come from colleagues in the Spanish Department of my own institution: UAB Idiomes (the language service of the Universitat Aut├▓noma de Barcelona). UAB Idiomes provides language services on the main university campus […]

Google Doc for Voc

December 9, 2010


A Google Doc for Emergent Voc Using spreadsheets to keep a record of vocabulary Although most students use notebooks it’s also a nice idea to get groups of students to keep a┬ácollaborative record of the vocabulary and expressions which emerge during classroom activities. Last year, I set up and taught my students how to manage […]