A mind map is a diagram used to visually organize information. A mind map is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the centre of a blank page, to which associated representations of ideas such as images, words and parts of words are added. Major ideas are connected directly to the central concept, and other ideas branch out from those. (Source: Wikipedia) Continuar leyendo
A few weeks ago and for the fifth time, an eTwinning event for Teachers in Spanish was held in Madrid. The event was named “Proyecta eTwinning” (projecting eTwinng). Of all the lectures and workshops held, there was one that we want to highlight, due to the growth and importance this methodology is having. This was the workshop given by Inmaculada Contreras, “Flipped Classroom. Learn by turning your classroom around” Continuar leyendo
The use of mobile applications by all of us is an everyday habit. We could not imagine our daily lives without communicating through instant messaging, without checking before leaving on the weather or traffic conditions, without motorizing our physical activity, or without playing that game that is so addictive.
One of the aspects where we need to think and train our students is in the proper use of resources found on the Internet, respect for authors and the types of license with which they are published.
Organization into learning communities is not unique to our time. The condition of sharing has always been part of human nature. Ever since the birth of humanity, people have been organized in communities to survive, collaborate and learn.
Claire Chevalier and Ángel Luis Gallego, eTwinning ambassadors in France and Spain and Latin teachers in the Lycée Benjamin Franklin de Auray (Francia) and in the IES Vegas Bajas de Montijo (Badajoz), show us how to use the Cacoo tool.
Emaze is a simple application which allows you to create exciting new presentations.
Ángel Luis Gallego, an eTwinning Embassador in Extremadura and Teacher of Latin in the Secondary School of Vegas Bajas in Montijo (Badajoz), tells us how Emaze can be an interesting and useful tool for creating online presentations.
Planning an eTwinning project is one of the basics in the early stages of working with the partner and largely determines the success in project coordination and results. Juan F. Peñas Viso, eTwinning Ambassador and Primary school teacher at San Babil primary school (Navarra) tells how to approach this project phase using Google Docs.