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RE: Technology in the Classroom

I see that christian school in maryland are pretty aggressive developing their curriculum. -- Harry Kent misterharrykent@gmail.com --


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I can also suggest to view some private school in olney about their curriculum. Pretty impressive. -- Harry Kent misterharrykent@gmail.com --


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Thank you, everybody. All your answers have been so useful! -- Nadia Carmona ncarmona@fultonscienceacademy.orgWorld Language Department Head --


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Thank you everyone for all of the wonderful advice! You all have so many great ideas! I'm excited to be a part of this awesome group- gracias :) -Jake -- Jake Harder hard8160@pacificu.edu --


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Awesome, thanks a lot! -- Jake Harder hard8160@pacificu.edu --


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I polled some of the best World Language teachers and found some way-cool technological tools that I share in this blog. learn. How to Use Technology to Engage Your Students - Best PowerPoints for Spanish & French Best PowerPoints for Spanish & French remove preview How...


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Best wishes to you in embarking on an exciting career and starting with the anticipation that we all must keep up with technology. I have many friends abroad where my target language is spoken, so we use Skype, FaceTime, Whatsapp, and other programs for live, audio or face-to-face chats. ...


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Basic Hardware: -projector -digital document camera (NOT a web cam) -MimioTeach (not necessary, but I like it!) -speakers (good built-in ones are best but right now I am using a portable Bose speaker because I don't like the built-in ones) -Also I have used a wireless keyboard to have students...


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Quizziz is a popular assessment tool at our school. There are some useful data review aspects. We experimented with using Rosetta Stone, which I do not suggest. Our high school students do not find it to be engaging input, and it is often not comprehensible to them. I also found that it has a...


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I use videos alot including Señor Jordan. Follow my playlist at Gina Covello I use Learn Spanish Online at StudySpanish.com I use Spanish Proficiency Exercises I use many others, but these are the main ones. My students use Yabla and Slow News in Spanish, but I am not in a traditional...