It's been a long while since our last mention of the Bard... April 2009 to be exact. Never too late to make it up to him I suppose. Shakespeare Online offers a wealth of information on all things Shakespeare, plays, sonnets, analysis, timeline, glossary, etc. You've probably visited it before, as it's been running since 1999 (!) but always worth revisiting. The fortune teller can be lots of fun with young people and a way to memorise a few famous quotes. I've asked 'What should I do?' and got a reply from Hamlet, Let your own discretion be your tutor.
Enjoy it all!
Wednesday, 24 April 2013
Wednesday, 17 April 2013
If you work with young Facebook users and you'd like to find out more about it, check out 'A Parents' Guide to Facebook'. It helps parents (and teachers) understand what Facebook is and how to use it safely. You can read it online or download the pdf and print it out for easy reference.
Hope you find it useful.
Wednesday, 10 April 2013
'SiSAL Journal is a peer-reviewed, quarterly publication for those interested in the field of self-access language learning. The articles reflect the ongoing contributions to the field and are aimed at international researchers and practitioners. The scope of the journal incorporates self-access learning and skills support centres which aim to promote learner autonomy.'
Hope you find it interesting,
PS. Thanks to Kristina Smith (at the Learning Technologies SIG Pre-Conference Event) for today's link.