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If you generally think of the internet as a place to look up stuff, you're missing the best part.

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Our students think that everything is clickable - even their teachers!

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"Mankind is still the most extraordinary computer of all" (John F. Kennedy)

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EVO (Electronic Village Online) Sessions have started once more.

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Writing has always been a challenge for our students.

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Social networks and, what has been described as 'Web 2.0' , are having a profound influence on the way that online learning...

  • "If you generally think of the internet as a place to look up stuff, you're missing the best part." (Unknown) Here comes the rest of my list for this best part. Kakomessenger is a singing telegram machine and one of my favorites these days. You...
  • "Our students think that everything is clickable - even their teachers! " (Unknown) And, here are more sites for those clickable teachers. Flashcardflash is a search engine to help us to find sets of flashcards. Students can create their own...
  • "Mankind is still the most extraordinary computer of all" (John F. Kennedy) On my previous blog entries, I have mentioned about different Web 2.0 tools that can enhance our teaching and engage our students into their own learning process. These...
  • EVO (Electronic Village Online) Sessions have started once more. It takes six weeks and participiants can engage with experts and teachers all over the world in collaborative, online sessions. We finished the third week and I've already met many...
  • "To blog or not to blog" Writing has always been a challange for our students. Blogs and wikis make it easiefor us to movitate our students and engage them in writing and reading. If we can use these tools effectively, we can create a learning...
  • 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...