A former German teacher for over 10 years and director of the Multimedia Language Center at the University of Connecticut for 16, I now teach online.
I am interested in blended learning,constructivism,student empowerment,language learning,and intercultural competencies.
I use Diigo because I can easily collect, organize, and share web-based resources with anyone, from anywhere at any time on any internet-enabled platform. I especially value the ability to annotate resources and to make those annotations private, public or viewable only to select groups and/or friends.
Recent Bookmarks and Annotations
- Instructional Tools - Language Coaching by Amy Lenord about 19 hours ago
- Amy Lenord - Language Coaching on Pinterest about 19 hours ago
- 60 Smarter Ways To Use Google Classroom about 21 hours ago
- Colleen Lee-Hayes on Twitter: "So if you know what you want Q3 How do you prepare students BEFORE interacting with an authentic resource? #langchat http://t.co/neW2KhWAJf" about 21 hours ago
- “How did that go?” An Oral Activity Feedback Rubric | Language Sensei about 22 hours ago
- Cube For Teachers on Twitter: "7 Questions to End Your Week http://t.co/lBoxF0pu9W" about 22 hours ago
- Education Week about 22 hours ago
- Amy Lenord on Twitter: "A2: Another thing I like to do is try to use multiple comm modes to scaffold the use of #authres. #langchat http://t.co/7Y5L1byfrJ" about 22 hours ago
- Spritzing – Sprinting through reading | Talking About Thinking on May 04, 15
- Creating & Learning with Digital Books on May 04, 15
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Technology Integrators and others who provide support for technology in the classroom. This is not just limited to Maine teachers and support personnel.
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resources for students in Arabic
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Graduate students from the department of Modern & Classical Languages at the University of Connecticut share their resources and insights on social networking tools for education.
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Graduate students from the department of Modern & Classical Languages at the University of Connecticut share their resources and insights on social networking tools for education. This is where we can share resources for our course blog and wiki work.
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carlatech is a group on Diigo where participants in CARLA Technology Institutes and any language teacher can share resources for using the web in second-language instruction (F2F or online). Feel free to share your favorite tips and tools (tell us how you use them), articles about language teachers using technology and teaching online, and other web-related pages and information that would be useful for language teachers to know.