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Karima Mann

50+ Tools for Differentiating Instruction Through Social Media | Edutopia - 5 views

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    This resource provides guidelines for differentiating learning experiences with social media.
Sheila Cryan

Teaching Resources for Spanish Class, Spanish4Teachers.org - 0 views

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    A website designed for Spanish language teachers. Teaching resources for Spanish class, lesson plans, worksheets, Powerpoint presentations and more free Spanish teaching resources.
Sheila Cryan

Vocaroo | Online voice recorder - 0 views

shared by Sheila Cryan on 24 Oct 14 - No Cached
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    Vocaroo is a quick and easy way to share voice messages over the interwebs.
Sheila Cryan

Delicious - 0 views

shared by Sheila Cryan on 24 Oct 14 - Cached
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    Keep, share, and discover the best of the Web using Delicious, the world's leading social bookmarking service.
Theresa Bruns

VoiceThread - Conversations in the cloud - 2 views

shared by Theresa Bruns on 20 Oct 12 - Cached
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    This website allows students to share projects and comment on others' projects.
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    VoiceThread allows you to upload different media to create a project and then share it with others. Those that you share it with can collaborate with you on it by communicating through a type of discussion board.
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    Transforming media into collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting.
Theresa Bruns

Prezi - Presentation Software - 0 views

shared by Theresa Bruns on 03 Jul 14 - Cached
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    Prezi is similar to PPT, but it's interactive. You can have several people collaborate on it. It's non-linear and is not in slide format, but rather in a big canvas and you control where the focus goes. The zoom and pan out feature is really cool as well.
Theresa Bruns

Take screenshots and screencasts for free, with Jing - 0 views

shared by Theresa Bruns on 03 Jul 14 - Cached
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    Jing, together with Camtasia Studio and Screencast are an amazing product. You record with Jing, save it into an MP4 with Camtasia and publish it to others with Screencast. These are by far my favorite tools, but I have never used them with students. WIth jing you can share your screen and talk over what you are seeing on the screen. Camtasia gives you the ability to edit what you created, add in call outs, zoom and pan, pixilate images, use tools like circles, arrows, dialog bubbles, etc. and then publish them with a URL to share with others. I would love to use this tool with students.
Godys Armengot

Putting the FL in STEM: the Link Between Foreign Languages and the STEM Fields | Langua... - 2 views

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    This article explains why foreign languages are important for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and industries. Language educators use innovative technologies and we should see our work as part of STEM.
Godys Armengot

New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers Advocacy Efforts - 1 views

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    This site contains a collection of documents for foreign language advocacy with regional and state elected officials in New York.
Godys Armengot

A "Languages for Jobs" Initiative - 2 views

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    This article explains why the United States should build a multilingual workforce and why language instruction should be a national priority.
Godys Armengot

How Learning An Additional Language Could Influence Your Business - Forbes - 1 views

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    There are many benefits to language learning and this article shows some of the economic and networking opportunities for multilingual people.
Godys Armengot

Ajit Narayanan: A word game to communicate in any language | Talk Video | TED.com - 0 views

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    This video introduces apps that help people communicate with others and learn language through pictures.
Nicholas Meyers

Socrative | Student Response System | Audience Response Systems | Clicker | Clickers | ... - 0 views

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    This tool allows the teachers to create formative assessments that can be accessed by the students using their web-enabled device. The tool is free and can be used to create different types of quizzes.
Sarah Finck

French Music Blog - 2 views

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    This website, in English, is a great place to find the names of currently popular French musicians and songs. Some videos are embedded. Teachers could select songs to exploit in class, or they could direct students there to discover new music.
Sarah Finck

Lexique FLE - 3 views

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    This site has thematic French vocabulary exercises that include authentic audio for topics such as the body, animals, the family, clothing, the train station, in the city, etc. It could be assigned for homework so that students can listen to the audio as many times as they like, or it could be projected on a screen for classroom use.
amergin2005

Catálogo de voces hispánicas | Centro Virtual Cervantes - 0 views

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    This resource from el Centro Virtual Cervantes provides video interviews with individuals from a number of regions or cities in Latin America and Spain. Each interview is accompanied by a description of the linguistic characteristics of a particular way of speaking, a text transcript, and information on where the region is located geographically. I personally find this fascinating! I also think it could serve as a resource for students who might not be aware of how many variations there are when Spanish is spoken.
amergin2005

CALICO blog: Common Concerns for Non-Communication-Based Teachers and How to Help Them - 1 views

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    This helpful summary of a recent #langchat Twitter discussion resonates with me personally, since I have taught primarily according to textbooks in the past. The concerns and responses described in the blog are very helpful for me, in changing up the paradigm I've grown used to.
amergin2005

Zachary Jones | Spanish Teacher - 0 views

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    This very whimsical, yet well-organized and engaging website offers a variety of activities for learning Spanish. Zachary Jones uses songs, videos, graphics, and articles to make the learning process authentic and enjoyable. One also can follow Zachary Jones on Twitter to receive Vocabulary of the Day on @ZJonesSpanish
Nicholas Meyers

¡Apps para el español! Technology and World Languages - Catherine Ousselin (M... - 1 views

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    Please send your suggestions and ideas to Catherine Ousselin. This list will be updated often! Free - The SpanishDict app features a complete Spanish-English dictionary, talking phrasebook, interactive word game, and a word of the day. $ 0.99 With El Conjugador, you can conjugate all Spanish verb in one way without being connected to the Internet.
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    A created list of applications for mobile devices that can be used to help teach Spanish.
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