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Videos of Irish Teachers using ICTs

ICT in the post-primary MFL classroom (collaborative project by the PDST, PPLI and NCTE). Click on the following links to view Irish teachers of modern foreign languages using ICTs in Irish post-primary schools. Using presentation tools Digital self-i ...
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Voki

Voki is a free service that allows you to create personalized speaking avatars and use them on your blog, profile, and in email messages.Voki allows teachers and students to create speaking avatars in a fun, stimulating and engaging way. Although some ini ...
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Creating Voki Avatars with Cell Phones

Creating Voki Avatars with Cell Phones Clickhere to read what José Picardo has to say.

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You-tilising YouTube in the Classroom

You-tilising YouTube in the Classroom

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Kelly Tenkely's 31 favourite Digital Storytelling sites

Check out Kelly Tenkely's blog for her 31 favourite Digital Storytelling Sites about integrating technology in the classroom.

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Why develop Personal Learning Networks?

Listen to this: The Digital Divide is Growing by Russell Stannard

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7 Easy Steps for creating your own PLN

Joe Dale created this presentation 7 Easy Steps for creating your own PLN

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What Twitter means to teachers by Joe Dale

Joe Dale made this great compilation of responses from language teachers on what Twitter means to them as their Personal Learning Network.

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Why Twitter?

Tweet yourself to a new circle - What is Twitter all about? Twitter is not for exchanging trivia. It's a powerful networking tool. See this article by Russell Stannard. See this training video on how to use twitter and this one on how to use tweetdeck as ...
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Lingua Swap

Linguaswap gives students the opportunity to practise the language they are learning at school with a native speaker of their own age. Click here to access the site.

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eSplice Virtual Classroom

eSplice. Teach group classes online via video (upto 24 students), includes a digital whiteboard (Supports PDF, word docs, PowerPoint +more) Rebrand with your name/logo and colours.

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1. New. ICT_Rev Limerick links

Handy Symbaloo webmix/page summarizing the links explored or recommended at the recent ICT-Rev workshop organised in UL (May 22-23, 2015). Great potential to enhance learning. Enjoy! Click here. You may also be interested by the three principles of ...
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Edmodo - Click on weblink

A private social platform for teachers and students to share ideas, files, events and assignments, and a training video by Chris Thomas on Using Edmodo as a collaboration and communication tool for school classes.

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More information on Edmodo - Click on weblink

More info on Edmodo by Jose Picardo on how microblogging can help you as a teacher.

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Joe Dale's Blog

Joe Dale's Blog offers practical tips and advice on using ICT to enhance the teaching of modern foreign language

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Alex Bellars

Alex Bellars. Return of the MFLTwitterati

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Amanda Salt

Amanda Salt. Languages and Learning Charting the learning process in a Modern Languages classroom Head of Spanish in Grosvenor Grammar School and also Community Link Manager, as part of Specialist Language School

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Box of Tricks

Box of Tricks. Jose Picardo - Technology and Education - Modern Foreign Languages

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