Teachers and students from European schools are working on tools regarding ELECTRONIC LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS like eJournals, Webquests, Weblogs, Websites, Video conferences, Photo imaging et cetera. It turns out that platforms like Lo-net2, Fronter, Moodle, TwinSpace etc. make it easy to collaborate.

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Thursday, August 30, 2007

Teaching with a digital tool

At our school Richard-Wagner-Gymnasium Bayreuth we have three interactive whiteboards, which are used in all kinds of lessons. If you want to see an English lesson, in which the teacher and the students made use of that new tool, please watch the movie (QuickTime format). video
For more information about the possibilities of interactive whiteboards have a look here.
If you are interested in the question if interactive whiteboards add new qualities and value in education, read the research study by the University of Stockholm.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Let´s work on our Wiki!

All teachers and students are asked to work on a Wiki as to the Etwinning project DigiSkills. But why should we use a Wiki? Check it out!

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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Discover bookmarking sites!



Keotag is a Web 2.0 service who was born in 2006. Now there are new features available. It´s easy to search for social bookmarking sites and you ev
en can use a tag generator. Let´s work on in our projects!

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Thursday, August 09, 2007

Fear of new technology

Always the same problem at the beginning: People are very anxious as to new technology. Enjoy this movie!

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Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Creating Flicks with PictureTrail

Partners should think to create common slideshows about a topic or destination with help of PictureTrail. Check out one example of my visit to Lake Constance!



Cool Slideshows!

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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Skype Conference



It should be very useful to set up a Skype Conference between partners: students or/and teachers. Let me add a screencast that I found in teachertube in order to introduce this possibilty to you.