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Tech It Easy: WordEngine

This guest blog post, jointly written by three Ecuadorian student-teachers focuses on a recent international vocabulary tournament using one particular browser-based tool, WordEngine. The idea for the post was submitted by Elizabeth Bekes, who is a teacher trainer and volunteer mentor for the Action Research Mentoring Project at the Universidad Nacional de Educaci√≥n in the […]

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‘Teacher for a Day’

Teaching teenagers is not so easy as you could imagine, they get bored so fast and as teachers we are always looking for new strategies which can trigger their motivation, boost their interest, writes Mariella Sorrentino in this guest post. The etwinning project, entitled, ‘Teacher for a day’ was a successful attempt to make my […]

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LTSIG Archive Recording Series

Every Thursday for next 10 weeks, the Learning Technologies Special Interest Group will be publishing a recording of a presentation from the archives. These will mostly be for Members only, accessible via the Members’ Area of the website. We will share news via our social media channels of the latest video every Thursday, with the […]

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Common Misconceptions about Voice Assistants

by Anna Weninger Have you ever wondered what the fuss about AI is all about? Have you also wondered how you can REALLY use voice assistants in the classroom? Using voice assistants such as Alexa in the first place is anything but straightforward when talking about ethics in IT. However, even if you do decide […]

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