I love seeing these lists. It reminds us how technology has always played a part in education, but it also reminds us of how silly it often seems in retrospect. Look no further than the mass of technologies shown over the last 20 years. These will likely seem quite silly in another 20.
Free Screencasting Web Apps and Software for the Creation of Flipped Classroom Video Lectures (ppt) This is an extension of the presentation that I did the previous week at KAMALL. I […]
I was happy to present on my attempt to “flip” my writing class last semester. This presentation was really a preliminary look at the data, but the more I looked, […]
In my last post (Discovering Field’s Diagnostic Listening Instruction) I explained how I am approaching listening instruction with both a listening class and a teaching listening class using Field’s Diagnostic […]
When I was first given a class on teaching listening, I scoured the bookstores for a textbook. It was at that point I realized just how little respect listening instruction […]