EdTech – Using Blabberize to get students speaking

I came across blabberize when I was researching projects to do as part of a Roald Dahl based summer camp. Blabberize is a website which allows users to record their voices and have the mouth of a picture move along with the words. The kids had been working on the theme of bullying during the … Read moreEdTech – Using Blabberize to get students speaking

Interesting reads

Being a big fish in a small pond has its benefits. The BBC ran a piece this week identifying the benefits of being a big fish in a small pond. They used an analysis of the entire careers of famous footballers to come to the conclusion that sometimes it benefits people to be the most … Read moreInteresting reads

Resource Roundup – The generators

Generators are particularly useful for teachers that want to save time. They do this by enabling tasks which are repeated to be done just once. Here, we look at some of the generators available on Tigerlearn.com and how they can be used. The automatic lesson plan generator Realistically, once you’ve been teaching for a while, … Read moreResource Roundup – The generators

Resource roundup – some of the ELA selection

Resources are being migrated from their original homes to the new store here at Tigerlearn, so let’s take a quick look at some of the resources available. The tigerlearn ESL pack is a 60 page pack for ESL/EAL teachers, packed full of resources for use with students who don’t speak English as a first language. … Read moreResource roundup – some of the ELA selection