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Published May 4, 2015

Diigo - A Web Resource for Article Collection in Debate Preparation

This Profweb story presents how students can use the Diigo bookmarking tool to prepare a team discussion: share, index, comment, annotate, classify documentary resources and keep people informed. The use of Diigo has helped to increase the quality and consistency of oral speech.

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Published January 22, 2018

Finding the Right Recipe for My Spanish Class Presentations

A teacher explains how she makes video capsules produced by her students in a language course. This type of production has the advantage of putting their learning in application while giving free rein to their creativity.

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Published November 1, 2009

Blogging for Newbies

Assigned listenings don't always interest everyone, and I wanted the individual students to make their own choices. Maybe by allowing them to explore the Internet and chronicle in a blog, their interest in a project would be kindled.

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Published April 27, 2016

Using Google Docs to Teach Essay Writing and Create an Environment for Peer Learning

The collaboration possibilities provided by Google Docs have allowed me to take teaching essay writing to both a higher and more effective level. Peer learning with Google Docs creates an atmosphere of collaboration and makes it easier for me and the students to see the progress being made as well as the competencies being acquired.

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Published November 25, 2010

Collaboratively Fostering Understanding

A group of teachers (at vanier College) in Mathematics determined that using a wiki platform could help students to not only express themselves better in English, but more specifically in the vocabulary of the sciences that we are trying to teach them.

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Most of these resources come from CERES, a collective catalog of teaching and learning resources managed by the Vitrine technologie-éducation.