Sun 16 Jun 2013 7:49AM

Including 4 'concrete' examples in the presentation

RB Robbie Blackburn Public Seen by 4

We each write up a solid example of how we have used technology in the classroom to be included in the presentation.

We will have 4 solid examples of projects that went well (or maybe they didn't, what went wrong?) to inspire new ALTs.


Poll Created Sun 16 Jun 2013 7:49AM

Yes, include the 4 examples Closed Tue 18 Jun 2013 10:00PM


Results Option % of points Voters
Agree 100.0% 2 CP RB
Abstain 0.0% 0  
Disagree 0.0% 0  
Block 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 2 M J

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carla paloma
Sun 16 Jun 2013 7:54AM

Carla-kitten is doing LINE, Audionotes and audacity.


carla paloma Sun 16 Jun 2013 7:52AM

I would like to talk about using LINE, AudioMemos and audacity to help students with pronunciation. The language skill here is listening and speaking. They sometimes contact me on LINE to ask me about grammatical questions (writing)


James Mon 17 Jun 2013 12:15PM

Just want to mention that maybe we need to be careful with how we encourage out of classroom communication with students. My school has explicitly said we should NOT become facebook friends with students for example. I do use line with some of my classes but it's always as a group and with the JTE involved. I personally think that it is encouraging and helpful to students but some schools might not like the idea of teachers and students messaging each other freely. Just something to keep in mind.


James Mon 17 Jun 2013 12:22PM

Also, I think creating a separate line account or email address to use with students that your other teachers can access is a good way to alleviate questions about appropriateness.


carla paloma Tue 18 Jun 2013 12:34AM

that is interesting. Most people do not use how to use emails where I live. I totally agree with the LINE separate thing, I do not have a separate LINE account since that would require another phone. I have an English club group in LINE