At The Consultants-E we help educators worldwide become more comfortable with technology in their teaching. This blog highlights technology trends, and offers tips and guidance on how to use technology in the classroom and online, based on several years of experience of helping teachers worldwide integrate technology effectively. We hope you enjoy it!
20+ Resources for Integrating Technology Effectively in Your Classes
by Shelly Terrell
25 September 2012
in category: ICT
Many new teachers are starting the school year and using various cool webtools. If you need a few ideas, we’ve got some free resources to help you. Check these free lesson plans, training materials, and integration tips. You can download the pdfs and share them with staff as well. We also are offering several online courses to help prepare you including our CertICT - Certificate in Teaching Languages with Technology. Check out these courses which begin in October. We update this every month, so you may want to follow us on Twitter (@TheConsultantsE), Facebook (Facebook.com/TheConsultantsE), and Google Plus (Gplus.to/consultantse) to make sure you don’t miss these updates.
Free ICT lesson plans created by teachers in our courses.
Post- Integrating Technology: 8 Key Questions
Web 2.0 Explained hand-out and resources
Edtech Bytes Video training series
Newsletter archives which include ideas for teaching with mobile devices, webtools, images, and more.
Webquest repository full of tons of free webquests!
Free training materials:
In October we will be hosting various online courses. The new Play to Learn: Digital Games in ELT course begins Oct. 1st. The eModeration course teaches you to be an online tutor. The CertICT helps teachers integrate technology effectively with their classes. The CertIBET prepares Business English teachers. Learn with educators from around the world in an online platform! You can access it with your mobile device. Our tutors are well-known authors, international speakers, and materials creators! Check out if they are right for you!
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