Tweet While teaching EFL in the UK this summer, I piloted a number of classroom activities getting students to use their (ubiquitous) mobile devices, for an upcoming book on mobile and handheld learning. Below is a very simple activity that can be linked to almost any topic to generate vocabulary, and to get students […]
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Tweet Would you like to read e-books from Amazon but you don’t own an e-reader? No problem. In the last few weeks I’ve received several queries from readers wondering how they can read my e-book Webinars: a Cookbook for Educators, without a Kindle e-reader. Here’s the bottom line: You don’t need to own an […]
Tweet I recently wrote three articles about mobile learning for the print publication Modern English Teacher. The editors have kindly given me permission to share these articles, which are written with English language teachers in mind. So, if you are … not sure about what mobile learning is wondering what it has to do with […]
What are: infographics, vaporware, augmented reality, QR codes and the App Inventor? Read and find out!
How to use QR codes in the classroom: two practical teaching ideas.