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Breaking down the walls of the classroom with Web 2.0 <br />
TGS<br />MFLE<br />Vocabulary Guide Podcasts<br />Modern Foreign Languages Environment<br />PiECAST<br />Partners in Excellence language learning podcast<br />VERBCAST<br />Learning French verbs using relaxation techniques<br />
Coming to terms with Twitter<br />‘What started as a few language teachers 'tweeting' about what they were doing has become well over 100 from around the world. It's quite hard to comprehend having a virtual staffroom of that many people with good ideas and opinions. It has led to teachers publicising articles on their blogs which ordinarily I wouldn't have seen, I find out about events for professional development that I wouldn't have known about, and it has, without doubt put me into contact with some very influential educationalists who have taken time to give me guidance and advice.<br />Coming to terms with Twitter - Alex Blagona April 2010<br />
The Mother of Invention - Make do and mend<br />teachers should develop their own personal learning network (PLN) using blogs, forums and social networking tools like Twitter. "There's a strong, vibrant, supportive community of teachers on Twitter, with many of them sharing resources and ideas,"<br />Joe Dale 2011<br />