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ELT and Technology

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Glad you dropped by! This page is designed to share my knowledge of using technology to teach English as a second or foreign language. Please use the links on the right to view lots of content and come back often as I build the directory. Please take a moment to add a comment to our Voicethread below - about a tool you use in your classroom.

 

Find out more about using technology in your classroom on EFL Classroom 2.0 or my public blog - Teacher Talk.   Find out more about me HERE.

 

 

                                                                                   David Deubelbeiss

 

   

 

Please leave a comment on how you use these tools and what you think of them! Thx.

 

 

 

 

Comments (3)

Alvaro Jesus Ricardez said

at 10:18 pm on Oct 7, 2010

Thanks David for letting me share with you this great wiki. I've tried to introduce my colleagues to technology. I opened a wiki for this task http://oaxacanteflteachers.pbworks.com/ and another one for my class http://salondealvaro.pbworks.com/ buy eltandtech will be in my favorite list! Have a nice day and please, keep doing this wonderful work!

rotreklzdenek@seznam.cz said

at 12:23 pm on Jun 28, 2011

Thank you for this wonderful site. I have tried all kinds of software to make my classes learn more and I have to say that the best thing I have found is the Adobe extended which allows you create pdf files. The advantages are following:
a) everything is in one file
b) all the contents plays everywhere
c) those who like things on the paper can print it out.
d) You can insert video and flash and play it everywhere.
e) It can be highly interactive
You can see some examples of my work at my blog http://www.englishrot.com/?page_id=116.
Have a nice day
Zdenda

David said

at 12:56 am on Aug 13, 2011

Zdenek,

I'm not so sold on abode used in that way - but also think, whatever works for the teacher is best - so long as it accomplishes the objectives for the student.

I use adobe a lot but it makes more sense just to create a web page and use html. If you know it. Also many sites like Lingt (a full LMS) or glogster allow you to do basically the same thing but also with recording ability.

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