Monthly Archives: August 2010

Seeking Project Feedback

Goal: Create a digital resource for middle school Spanish teachers and students that support the foreign language standards in a 1-to-1 classroom environment. Objectives: Determine the resource needs of the teachers and the students. Select the best delivery method for … Continue reading

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Slide Share

My LTMS645 project so far. Culture introduction / generalization for each country. All the images are licensed creative commons so I can set a good example for my students. Each of the images are linked to the original on Flickr. … Continue reading

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Digital Delivery Decision

I need to choose a digital delivery tool for the Spanish textbook supplement I am creating (it will function more like a practice workbook, with easy access to grammar notes or vocabulary lists). I have narrowed it down to three … Continue reading

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24 Interesting Ways* to Use Voicethread

This is in the series of Interesting Ways – organized by Tom Barrett – this one is 24 Interesting Ways* to Use Voicethread in the classroom. #24 is mine, but all of them are a good idea. I wanted to … Continue reading

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Technology Goals

As much as it pains me to think – the start of the new school year will be here soon. There were some technology usage that went outstanding last year and there were some failures. Because of both the success … Continue reading

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LiveBinders

This is not a new website. I played around with it over a year ago. My main struggle was uploading PDFs or other files to the binder. As long as I had a website address, I had no problems.  I … Continue reading

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Maps and Stats

As a Social Studies and Spanish certified teacher it should not be a surprise that I love teaching geography and culture. Luckily for me culture fits into multiple standards for Spanish. Here are two great resources for data visualization. I … Continue reading

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