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  • 1. Favouritetools for CPD in the MFL Faculty
    Isabelle Jones, Head of Languages, The Radclyffe School Oldham
    @icpjones
    http://isabellejones.blogspot.com
  • 2. From Bulletin to Twitter
    • Why a bulletin?
    • 3. What do you put in it?
    • 4. How canitencourage the use of ICT for teachers’ own CPD?
  • The Menu Approach to CPD
  • 5. From Bulletin to Twitter
    Share your sources!
    Delicious/ Diigo links.
    Direct weblinks.
    Links to My Languages blog.
  • 6. Del.icio.us/ Diigo
    What is it?
    Enables you to save your favourite websites on an independent (free) account accessible from any computer.
    Enables you to share your bookmarks with other people (of your own choice or the public)
    Enables you to connect with people you have a common area of interest with
  • 7. My Del.icio.us Page
  • 8. My Diigo Page
  • 9. Del.icio.us or Diigo?
    You don’t want to share
    You don’t care who you are sharing with
    You are only starting
    You already know some people who are on one or the other
    You want to widen the geographical area covered by your PLN
    You want to set up/ be part of a group
    http://groups.diigo.com/group/resources-for-languages
  • 10. I  NING
    For larger groups e.g. large faculties, SLN, feeder primaries networks…
    Easy to set up
    Moderation/ privacy
    Easy to uploadstuff
    Interactive minutes
    Resources: Links to blogs, Diigo and other « resourcegathering sites » like…
    http://oldhamsln.ning.com
  • 11. Flickr
    http://www.flickr.com/
    • Great to share pictures in a safe manner
    • 12. Possibility of setting up groups-GREAT potential for language teachers
    • 13. http://www.flickr.com/groups/
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/imagestoteachlanguages/
    Set up by @aliceayel
  • 14. Slideshare
    Publish presentations
    Share presentations
    Protect your presentations but still share the ideas
    Connect with people who produce presentations on topics that are of interest to you (social networking facilities)
    http://www.slideshare.net/icpj
  • 15. My Slideshare page
  • 16. Scribd
    To share documents
    “follow” people with similar interests
    To publish those documents on blogs without facility to directly upload documents (Blogger plaform)
    http://www.scribd.com
  • 17. My Scribd Page
    http://www.scribd.com/icpj
  • 18. Vodpod
    What does it do?
    Collects videos across a wide range of video sharing sites
    Can be put on a blog or a NING page.
    http://vodpod.com/isabellejones
    What does it look like?
  • 19. Twitter next?
    Still not mainstream
    Not accessing a certain age range
    Negative press//Facebook
    Celebrities
    Need to agree a code of conduct
    MFL Bulletin to link to Tweets??
  • 20. This is the future!
    Local/ National TeachMeets
    FlashMeetings
    Skype surgeries
    Networking time included on school’s timetables and CPD calendars
  • 21. Favouritetools for CPD in the MFL Faculty
    Isabelle Jones, Head of Languages, The Radclyffe School Oldham
    @icpjones
    http://isabellejones.blogspot.com