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 Educación in the […]
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Forget notebooks! Improve students’ vocabulary through the use of mobile technology.
By Phil Longwell on 14/02/2019 in Blog
Does going to a class and writing things considered important in a notebook ring a bell with you? It actually reminds me of how our students still keep making use of paper to keep a record of what they learn – especially vocabulary – while having the opportunity to fall back on their cellphones. With this […]
Popcorn with a taste of tech
By LTSIG webteam on 28/12/2015 in Blog
by Christina Markoulaki Watching films when learning a foreign language might be one of the oldest and most popular classroom tech tools since various forms of media began to be integrated into traditional teaching techniques. This activity never fails to excite students’ curiosity and facilitates the consolidation of new information. It can even inspire the production […]