Social Networks and the Web 2.0 Revolution

Social networks and, what has been described as 'Web 2.0' , are having a profound influence on the way that online learning can be delivered, particularly for language teaching / learning. I recently delivered a presentation on this topic here in Morocco and wanted to share the recording of this presentation, so if you would like to view it you can watch it on YouTube on my channel. It's about 9 mins long and I hope not too boring.

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Young People and Social Networking Services

The project is designed to investigate how social networking services can and are being used to support personalised formal and informal learning by young people in schools and colleges... 


Bloom’s Taxonomy and the Digital World

In education, quality teachers seek to bring their students to the HOTS level of the taxonomy whenever possible. 



FreeReading is an open source instructional program that helps teachers teach early reading. Because it's open source, it represents the collective wisdom of a wide community of teachers and researchers.... 


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