Advantages, structure and design of a webquest.Read More
12 challenges of ICT integration in MFL instruction
ICT integration in the MFL curriculum and its implementation in the classroom pose a series of important challenges which refer to the way digital tools and tasks affect language acquisition as well as the students’ general cognitive, emotional, social and moral development.
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CPD: ICT in the Post-Primary MFL Classroom (PDST)
This is a highly interactive course containing videos, practical examples, advice and resources to assist teachers in integrating digital technologies effectively in the teaching and learning of modern foreign languages.Read More
Five Free Web 2.0 Tools to Support Lesson Planning
Web 2.0 tools are online software programs that allow users to do a number of different things. They can be used to teach curriculum content, store data, create or edit video, edit photos, collaborate and so much more. These programs are often free and are used by teachers, students and sometimes parents, both in and out of the classroom, on a pretty regular basis.
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CPD: Digital literacy for MFL teachers checklist
A resource produced by the PPLI that was originally used for Russian teacher CPD but which is relevant to all language teachers. This checklist may be of use to MFL teachers who wish to assess their own digital literacy skills and plan for upskilling.
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VIDEO: Irish Teachers using ICT in the classroom
ICT in the post-primary MFL classroom (collaborative project by the PDST, PPLI and NCTE). If you would like to see more of the content, then read more.Read More
CPD: Digital Learning Framework for MFL
This presentation was given by Joe Dale in 2017 at Marino Institute of Education. The presentation focuses on promoting learner outcomes and experiences, reflecting on teachers’ indivudla practice and showing how teachers an collaborate more effectively. The presentation was created to follow the digital learning framework.
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Wiki Tips and Tricks for the MFL Classroom
Wiki Tips and Tricks for the MFL Classroom (presentation by Dr Marie-Thérèse and Dr Florence Le Baron-Earle)Read More
Using an ePortfolio in the MFL Classroom
Using an e-Portfolio in the MLF Classroom (a presentation by Deirdre Lloyd)Read More
OneNote for the languages Classroom
OneNote for the Classroom
(Presentation by Sonia McCarthy)Read More
Hashtags, Handles and Pins
Hashtags, Handles and Pins (presentation by Kenia Puig)Read More