Califone announced today the results of a survey in which educators were asked if the listening center of the future will be computer based, how many students will participate at one time. (more…)
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Known for its progressive programming, the Richmond County School System held its Mini Education Expo today. (more…)
Nothing beats the drama of going head to head in competition. The excitement of being watched by the nation and recognized as the best makes for some great viewing and tweeting! (more…)
5th in a series about boomboxes
One of the best tools to help students learn, especially in a language learning situation, is to let them record themselves and play back their own responses. Creating call and response activities is an effective way to involve students and model vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar and accent, to name just a few. (more…)
Survey documents increasing use of classroom computers for language learning and reading activities.
Califone released the results today of a month-long survey whereby more than two thirds of all respondents said they use classroom computers for audio-assisted language learning or reading activities more than 30% of the time. 28% of all participants said they use their computers for these activities more than 50% of the time and 8% of all participants use them more than 70% of the time for audio-assisted language learning or reading activities. (more…)