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Presentation based on euler franças's tips on tech teaching-(for Bom Jesus teachers)

Presentation based on euler franças's tips on tech teaching-(for Bom Jesus teachers)

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    • Julio Menochelli
      Marketing and Sales Advisor , Macmillan
      julio.menochelli@macmillan.com.br
    • What’s blended learning?
      “Blended learning refers to a language course which combines a face to face classroom component with an appropriate use of technology”.
      Sharma & Barrett 2007
    • Why is it relevant?
      • Using technology can be motivating for students.
      • Interactivity of computer based tasks can add variety to learning.
      • Technology often provides instant feedback without embarrassment.
      • Blended learning can make learners more autonomous.
      • It can make learning more up-to-date and relevant.
      • It can save time for teachers.
      • It can even be cost effective.
    • How to save a video from youtube?
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    • Wikis
    • Livepolling
      www.polleverywhere.com
    • www.taggalaxy.de
    • www.xtranormal.com
      www.xtranormal.com
    • www.freerice.com
    • http://www.britishcouncil.org/kids-stories-red-riding-hood.htm
    • ‘Technology will not replace teachers. Teachers who use technology will probably replace those who do not.’Ray Clifford