TeacherTools.Digital: Digital Language Learning Assignments for Online, Face to Face, Blended and Hybrid Classes

Paul Raine, Japan

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEucu-grjssGN38kEgWNt-EoCFVgSn9YlW7

TeacherTools.Digital is a platform for creating and administering a range of different language teaching and testing assignments for English, Spanish, French, and German, which cover all four skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing.

It is compatible with smartphones, tablets, desktops, and laptops, and runs on all modern browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, iOS Safari, and Microsoft Edge.

Teachers can log into the site with their Google or Microsoft account and start making assignments immediately. Students do not need to register with the site, and simply input their details when they submit an assignment, thus making onboarding super simple and easy.

When a teacher makes an assignment, a link is generated, which can be passed to students for submission. Links can also be easily posted on the LMS of your choice, including Google Classroom, Blackboard, Moodle, and many others.

In this presentation, the developer of the platform will demonstrate its main features, and explain how it can be used by teachers to create effective and engaging language learning activities in a range of different contexts.

 

Paul Raine (MA TEFL/TESL, University of Birmingham 2012) is an award-winning teacher, presenter, author, and developer. His books include the best-selling 50 Ways to Teach with Technology and the innovative multi-path graded reader Journey to Mars. He has also developed his own websites for teachers and learners of EFL (apps4efl.com / teachertools.digital). He has published numerous research articles on the teaching and learning of English as a second language, and is particularly interested in Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL). He currently teaches at two universities in the Tokyo area.

TeacherTools.Digital: Digital Language Learning Assignments for Online, Face to Face, Blended and Hybrid Classes

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