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Sylvia Guinan | Community Builder At WiziQ

Check out professional insights posted by Sylvia Guinan, Community Builder At WiziQ

These articles include reflections and stories about professional development online..

Home - Official WizIQ Teach Blog

Introducing Face-to-Face, Blended, and Online Courses Have you spent hours creating an amazing syllabus, an appealing course layout, and engaging activities? Are you eager to share...

A multi-author elearning blog.

Free Technology for Teachers: The Pros and Cons of Five Popular Infographic Creation Tools

Last year Randy Krum, the author of Cool Infographics, was kind enough to share some advice for teachers who are thinking about having students design infographics. That advice was followed by my list of seven important take-aways from his book. Last week Randy published a new piece that teachers will find helpful when planning an infographic creation activity for students.

Free Technology For Teachers Blog

Blog - Eslbrain

Brainfriendly learning methods, tools, environments and communities.

Bird's eye view of Technology Smackdown at the Reform Symposium April 2014 Why is this important? The work behind the Reform Symposium Free online Conference featuring 60+ presentations, two plenaries, ten keynotes, student presenters, and much more is staggering to say the least.

Interactive Storytelling for English Exams - Eslbrain

How much can we actually teach students for exams without being exam-oriented? Wherever we go in professional development the reality of teaching to the test always crops up as something to avoid or get around somehow. Yet, we want our students to achieve high standards and we want them to have qualifications.

40th ELT Blog Carnival:Ideas for Teaching with Technology - Eslbrain

The 40th ELT Blog Carnival. Today is the day for publishing a host of ultra- creative articles on using technology for teaching. Chosen tool: Mobile phones in the classroom. Ideas: Photos, videos, professional development/reflection, story cubes, virtual immortality.

Nik Peachey

Freelance Learning Technology Consultant, Writer, Trainer, Lecturer Winner 2012 British Council ELTon Award for Excellence in Course Innovation:

Teacher Reboot Camp

A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself. - Joseph Campbell, The Hero with a Thousand Faces Our world is full of hero potential waiting to be motivated, supported, and skilled. Teachers hold the key to unleashing that potential, yet many are wounded heroes themselves.

Digital Play

Computer Games and Language Aims by Graham Stanley

A different side of EFL

Dimitris Primalis

"A different side of EFL" is hosting Sylvia Guinan, an online educator who gives a dream list of online tools and resources to stimulate your teenage learner's interest and boost their autonomous learning! Click on the links and let the journey begin... Our teenage students are wonderfully complex, creative learners.

A different side of EFL

Literature activities for a digital generation Thought that literature is a relic of the past? Too early to hold a memorial service! Literature strikes back with the aid of technology. The following 4 activities are based on the 2013 IATEFL Learning Technology SIG scholarship winning presentation with Chryssanthe Sotiriou.

Learning with 'e's

learning, technology, education, steve, wheeler, social media, internet, mobile, school, teachers

bit by bit

Grade 2 students have finished their animal research and are working on creating a combined iPad Book with their research facts. This book will be shared with next year's Kindergarten and 1st grade students. It is an "interactive" book (created with "iBook Author") where readers can click on the video presentations from the students, and look at pictures gathered from the site, .

Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom

My school website was the way that I let the world know what were learning in our classroom. I could post notes from class, any files students needed, use the calendar to post homework and curate a list of resources for students to use outside of class. It’s important today to create a virtual space for your classroom.

Nik's QuickShout

I've always liked the idea of language exchanges and peer learning as the learning tends to be driven by and through an authentic desire to communicate. HelloTalk is a wonderful example of this, but with lots of nice features to make the process mobile and more efficient.

Some great simple tools to get you started

Free online training tutorials for teachers and students in ICT. These are step by step camtasia screencasts that take you through a whole range of ict, web2.0 tools, podcasts, html and much more.

Learning with 'e's

learning, technology, education, steve, wheeler, social media, internet, mobile, school, teachers