Technologically and linguistically adventurous EFL teacher, trainer, writer and manager

I did a special seminar for teachers at IH Brno today, based on easy-to-learn, easy-to-use technology that they could incorporate into their teaching. Here is the presentation, complete with clickable links:

All of the links and a lot of the ideas came from Twitter, which I would highly recommend joining if you’re not on there yet (see this post for more information)

Please let me know what you think, as well as if you have any extra ideas you can add to the mix.

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Comments on: "Easy Technology for the EFL Classroom" (14)

  1. WOW!!!!!!!!!!!
    I’m saving this so I can reread it several times!
    Thanks so much for the usefulr resource!

    I really must try using a word cloud!
    Naomi Epstein

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  2. Hi Sandy

    Thanks for sharing the excellent slide deck! I been trying to view it in Slideshare and would like to add it to my favourites there, but with no success. It is set as private by any chance?

    Carl

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  3. Hi Sandy,
    What a fantastic resource – a great collection of links and tutorials – am bookmarking straightaway!
    Ceri

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    • Hi Ceri,
      I’ve just changed the licence to Creative Commons Share Alike, so hopefully you should be able to save it now. Forgot to set that before. Let me know if you’re still having trouble with it.
      Sandy

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