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Any Tech Ideas For an English-Teacher-To-Be?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Denise Stewart Feb 25, 2010. 12 Replies

 

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English M.A. student
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I am finishing my M.A. in about a month. I am planning to head to teacher's college in September.

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At 12:34pm on December 6, 2009, suehellman said…
Hi Sylvia --

It's great to so many Canucks in here in CR 2.0. You might want to join a group called "Canadians Mashup". If you join, please use the Welcome forum at http://www.classroom20.com/group/canadianmashup/forum/topics/welcome-to-canadian-mashup to introduce yourself.

-Sue in Surrey, BC
At 8:56am on August 8, 2009, Mark Cruthers said…
Hi Sylvia,

With your interest in Technology ideas, I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's power point presentation platform. Both are web based platforms, have a bunch of features and free basic service. Here’s a public class recording you might find of interest.

At 5:05pm on May 8, 2009, Paul Gilman said…
Working in S Korea as a University English Instructor and through connections I was asked to help with a organizing a conference. So I got hired on in the PR department which means a lot of time editing letters and writing scenarios for the conference.
 
 
 

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