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Dave Malinowski

BIE Blog & Resources on Project Based Learning - 0 views

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    Buck Institute for Education, a rich source of knowledge on Project-Based Learning
Dave Malinowski

Lingocracy - 1 views

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    The blurb from their website:
    "Improve your language skills by reading content you like
    Build your vocabulary while having fun, Instant dictionary, translation and audio; Topics that match your interest; Track your progress with precision"
    - from 10m Tech Talk by Sybil Alexandrov, 10/15/2014
Dave Malinowski

The FLTmag - 0 views

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    "A magazine on technology integration in the world language classroom" - occasional blog posts, articles, interviews, tech reviews etc., from U of Colorado Boulder
Dave Malinowski

Pearson - Social Media for Teaching and Learning - Social Media Survey 2013 - 1 views

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    PDF report on social media for teaching and learning, 2013, thanks to @SteveDOTedu
Dave Malinowski

Columbia CNMTL EnhancED: Tweeting in the Real-World Spanish Class - 0 views

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    "Reyes Llopis-Garcia is a lecturer in language and the Co-Director of the Spanish Language Program at Columbia University. She has used Twitter with her foreign language students to provide real-world analysis, exposure, and reflection of Spanish. This Faculty Spotlight is an excerpt of her conversation with Sarohini Chahal, an educational technologist at CCNMTL, discussing her implementation of the tool and its outcomes."
Youki Terada

Technology Provides Foreign-Language Immersion at a Distance - 0 views

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    Article from the Chronicle of Higher Education

    "Teletandem, or telecollaboration, as the practice is known, uses video­conferencing-whether Skype, Google Hangouts, or Adobe Connect-to complement both in-person and online language courses. For example, students in a Spanish class here are paired with students in an English course abroad. To minimize intimidation, professors try to pair students of the same proficiency level. The idea is a simple one-I teach you my language, you teach me yours."
Youki Terada

How to Infuse Digital Literacy Throughout the Curriculum - 0 views

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    Great article linking digital literacy to core skills like research, communication, and creating projects.
Youki Terada

Digital Storytelling in the Classroom - 3 views

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    Great list of tools and examples for digital storytelling in the classroom.
Youki Terada

10 Visual Literacy Strategies - 1 views

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    Although written with K-12 education in mind, these visual literacy strategies are a useful resource for anyone interested in media. A great question to think about: how do photographs affect our perceptions of war?
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    Great article with resources on media literacy, looking at the historical accuracy of films:
    http://www.middleweb.com/14076/history-vs-hollywood-gets-story-right/
Youki Terada

Visual storytelling apps - 2 views

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    Storehouse and Steller are visual storytelling apps for iPad/iPhone. Great way to help students create digital stories!
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    I've just watched the video and downloaded this, browsed around. The page-turning and mix of image, video, and written narration make for an interesting combination.
Dave Malinowski

Basecamp Announces Free Accounts for Teachers - ProfHacker - Blogs - The Chronicle of H... - 0 views

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    When the project management service Basecamp eliminated its free service, many users went elsewhere. But now teachers can have a free account, and this article reviews conditions for teachers who want to use it to manage (for instance) student research projects. Has anyone tried using this or another project management system in the language classroom?
Ruslan Suvorov

Teaching Language Classes Using iBooks Author and the iPad - 1 views

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    From the iTunes site: "A starter kit for any language teacher new to teaching with the iPad" by Pamela Johnson & Niels Vanspauwen.
Dave Malinowski

Tiki-Toki: Beautiful web-based timeline software - 0 views

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    From the website: "web-based software for creating beautiful interactive timelines that you can share on the internet."
Suzanne Young

Omeka for digital exhibits - 2 views

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    A web platform for creating digital collections and surrounding narratives. Mentioned in http://chronicle.com/article/How-the-Humanities-Compute-in/143809/.
Dave Malinowski

Parleremo * Newsstand - 1 views

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    A source for major online news sources in a variety of media in many languages. Try it out for the language you're teaching, or the language you're studying!
Dave Malinowski

ActivInspireAdventures - World Language Teaching Resources - 0 views

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    A list of links including practice websites, graphics, videos, podcasting, and other resources for the second/foreign/world language teacher and student.
Dave Malinowski

Theater Practicum for Language Teaching: The Model - 0 views

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    "Yale's "Theater Practicum Model" project is designed to provide an innovative and dynamic model for teaching language through theater. This web site offers materials and guidelines to create an effective language theater course."
Dave Malinowski

Placing Literature: Where your Book Meets the World - 0 views

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    A site for geo-locating the places that appear in literature, featured in New Haven's Daily Nutmeg on 12/4/13
ajhummel

MoPad - 0 views

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    Collaborative note taking, writing assignments, vocabulary lists, etc.
    Alternatives: http://piratepad.ca; http://qikpad.co.uk; http://primarypad.com
Dave Malinowski

UNI-Collaboration | Online Intercultural Exchange | Supporting virtual intercultural ex... - 0 views

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    An EU initiative for "Supporting online intercultural exchange between university classrooms around the globe". Shared by Theresa Schenker in 11/7/13 Brown Bag on telecollaboration
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