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Don Doehla

How to use Google tools in Project-Based Learning - Daily Genius | Diigo - 0 views

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    Great infographic on the workflow of PBL using Google Apps
Don Doehla

Elevate and Empower: World Language Instructors as Key Players in the Shift to Competen... - 0 views

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    Infographic | Elevate and Empower: World Language Instructors as Key Players in the Shift to Competency-Based, Blended Learning via Getting Smart
Don Doehla

Sra. Spanglish Rides Again: Proficiency Portfolio Re-design - 0 views

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    You need a portfolio for two reasons: to reflect well and look good.

    Reflection
    Selecting work to go into a portfolio is a metacognitive process that requires you to compare what you have actually accomplished with the desired end. I would like students to do this more frequently than the end of each grading period, and I plan to make portfolio updating at least a biweekly process. To this end, I've created a whole page within my newly revamped site template for this reflective process (hint: this should also be a gold mine for Assessment of Student Work "time lapse artifacts" for me to show my fitness as an educator). I want students to see their progress in stages.
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    You need a portfolio for two reasons: to reflect well and look good.

    Reflection
    Selecting work to go into a portfolio is a metacognitive process that requires you to compare what you have actually accomplished with the desired end. I would like students to do this more frequently than the end of each grading period, and I plan to make portfolio updating at least a biweekly process. To this end, I've created a whole page within my newly revamped site template for this reflective process (hint: this should also be a gold mine for Assessment of Student Work "time lapse artifacts" for me to show my fitness as an educator). I want students to see their progress in stages.
Don Doehla

The FLTmag | A magazine on technology integration in the world language classroom - 1 views

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    The FLTmag is a quarterly practice-oriented online publication dedicated to the field of foreign language technology. Our goal is to provide useful and practical information about technology integration in the classroom such as emerging technologies, interesting books, classroom projects, institutional initiatives, conferences and symposiums and language centers worldwide. We're hoping to become a public forum promoting engaged and productive discussions around burning issues in the field of language technology in the U.S. and beyond.

    The fltmag.com encourages a wide diversity of fact and opinion on the use of technology in language learning. The opinions expressed in the fltmag.com are those of the author(s) and do not reflect the views of the editorial team.
Don Doehla

10 Social Media Tips for Reaching World Language Learners | Edutopia - 0 views

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    Great tips for using social media in the WL class!
Don Doehla

Top 10 Essential Web Tools For Project-Based Learning - Edudemic - 0 views

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    "Making learning interactive has always been difficult for educators. Students rarely want to collaborate and get involved in discussions, because most of them are afraid of making mistakes and saying something wrong. Luckily for all of us, the emergence of technology used in classrooms has made educators able of making the learning process interactive. Blending the traditional textbooks with innovative web tools that inspire collaboration will be the wisest thing you've ever done for your students.

    The goal of project-based learning is to enable your students to put the things they have learned into practice and develop valuable skills through the project development. They will learn how to make priorities, manage sources, and summarize new concepts. The final goal is to enable them to understand a certain concept more easily."
Don Doehla

Planning for Digital Content Toolkit | K-12 Blueprint - 0 views

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    From Intel, a blueprint kit to plan for digital teaching and learning.
Don Doehla

Classroom management in the BYOD classroom | The Cornerstone - 1 views

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    If you've ever considered having students bring their own devices (BYOD) to class, you've probably worried…won't the kids text all day long? How do I keep them from taking inappropriate photos or posting on Facebook while I'm teaching? Aren't students' phones a huge distraction? Here to help is Kristy from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog. Kristy is a Canadian middle school teacher who is in her seventh year of teaching Grades 7 and 8′s. She has allowed students to bring their own technology into the classroom for a few years now, and is excited to share how BYOD works in her classroom.
Don Doehla

Building Technology Fluency: Preparing Students to be Digital Learners | Edutopia - 0 views

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    "On a given day, how much time do your students spend working on their fluency? At the elementary level, hours are devoted to reading and speaking fluency. In middle and high school, students read aloud, deliver oral presentations, and write in a variety of formats to improve upon their language fluency. And yet, while we devote a significant portion of every school day to a student's reading, writing and language fluency, how much time is devoted to the development of their technology fluency? "
Don Doehla

Recite - 0 views

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    This is a tool for makeing a poster with a quote, embedded in an image/template to post online, to tweetl to download as a picture - cool tool!
Don Doehla

Welcome to Educators App - Turn Your Classroom Website Into An App! | Educators App - T... - 1 views

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    Make an ap from a website! Cool!
Don Doehla

Reflecting on 21st Century Literacies | Edutopia - 0 views

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    What do you think? Join the discussion.
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    What do you think? Join the discussion.
Don Doehla

20 Tools to Showcase Your Portfolio - 0 views

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    "Working in a creative industry often means that you need to present your work on a global stage, using an attractive and professional platform. A great portfolio can help you land clients while building your brand and network, so it's essential to get it right.

    However, creating a beautiful, functional portfolio can be complicated and time-consuming, especially if you have no prior design or coding knowledge. Not to worry - there are plenty of online tools that can help you get your portfolio up and running in no time. "
Don Doehla

24 Essential Mind Mapping and Brainstorming Tools - 0 views

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    "Mind mapping is the process of using visual diagrams to show the relationships between ideas or information. Its popular uses include project planning, collecting and organizing thoughts, brainstorming and presentations - all in order to help solve problems, map out resources and uncover new ideas.

    It can be more useful than trying to keep track of our ideas by scribbling them on paper, and can aid in manipulating and generating concepts."
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    Mind mapping is the process of using visual diagrams to show the relationships between ideas or information. Its popular uses include project planning, collecting and organizing thoughts, brainstorming and presentations - all in order to help solve problems, map out resources and uncover new ideas.

    It can be more useful than trying to keep track of our ideas by scribbling them on paper, and can aid in manipulating and generating concepts.
Don Doehla

10 outils Twitter pour votre blog Wordpress | Maniac Geek - 0 views

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    "Twitter reste l'outil favori pour promouvoir ses articles de blog et heureusement, WordPress nous fournit des plugins intéressants pour intégrer à la fois notre passion d'écriture et de tweetage frénétique. Ci dessous, je propose quelques outils de Twitter pour votre blog WordPress :"
Don Doehla

Diigo, mode d'emploi pour débutants | Thot Cursus - 0 views

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    "Diigo en effet, apparaît comme l'outil de "socialbookmarking" par excellence.

    Social quoi ?

    Le socialbookmarking, terme dont on n'a pas encore trouvé de traduction en français faisant l'unanimité, désigne la pratique qui consiste à indexer des ressources dans un espace en ligne, à partager sa bibliothèque avec d'autres utilisateurs et surtout à construire des bibliothèques communes, tout en engageant la conversation avec ceux dont on partage les centres d'intérêt.

    Diigo est donc l'outil idéal pour les travaux de groupes, pour les recherches au long cours qui se nourriront des apports de nombreuses personnes, et enfin pour une analyse critique des ressources collectées."
Don Doehla

Diigo, mode d'emploi pour utilisateurs avancés | Thot Cursus - 0 views

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    "En navigant sur Internet, on collecte une foule d'informations intéressantes, que l'on ne prend pas toujours la peine d'approfondir sur le moment mais que l'on souhaite conserver pour un examen ultérieur. Si l'on prend effectivement cette peine, si de plus l'on fait du lien entre diverses informations ainsi collectées et entre celles-ci et ce que l'on sait déjà, nous voilà dans un magnifique processus d'apprentissage non formel, applicable en tous temps et en toutes circonstances."
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