Yesterday, I gave a short talk for Softchalk on Flipping the Classroom. As always, I had a great time and hope all that participated learned something they can utilize. During the presentation, I also shared some tips and tricks: Using Google Drive with Softchalk https://www.google.com/intl/en_US/drive/start/index.html Device mirroring with reflector http://www.reflectorapp.com Backchanneling with http://understoodit.com I also [...]
This post was written to showcase the power of Poll Everywhere at the SSTESOL conference. If you are not aware of what Poll everywhere is, you might want to check it out. Turn your students’ smart phones into classroom clickers for free using Poll Everywhere. Survey Them Create your own sms poll at Poll Everywhere [...]
If you like technology, you will love the following freebies. Listed below are some of my best finds for CALL 2011. SmartPhones Mosquito Ringtones – Don’t Ban Phones, embrace your students’ sixth sense but have them quiet their phones to your hearing frequency. QR Code – Share anything with your students using two dimensional bar [...]
Thanks to the Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) Interest Section at TESOL 2011, I now have pages of ideas that I will be blogging about over the next few months. I have not had time to review them all and blog about them yet, but here is a quick list of some of my favorite [...]
I hope you enjoyed the presentation. Here is the link to the website that showcases the teacher tricks we discussed today. Please feel free to let me know what you think, ask me questions, or recommend some content for my site. I am always open to new tricks.