Author Archives: Frédéric Skrzypek

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How to easily grade short answers using Google Form and FormMule

Google Apps for Education offer so many possibilities for teachers. One of my favorite tool is Google Form. It’s very versatile tool. In this tutorial (see below) I explain how you can use it to grade short answers and give … Continue reading

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Why Appy Hours can be a bad idea…

We all know the feeling. Your school is about to roll out a 1:1 iPad program and the first thing you think – and rightly so – is Professional Development quick and fast. So you start by diving into the … Continue reading

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What is Blended Learning ?

We all know the old adage: an image is worth a thousand words. So, keeping with that tradition, I created 2 videos to give a brief overview of what is Blended Learning. Part 1 of the video is about what … Continue reading

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Teaching with QR codes and creating QR-Portfolios

QR codes are a great and easy way to share digital materials and resources within your classroom. I use it in 2 different ways. (PS: if you want a quick introduction to what a QR code is, just click here) … Continue reading

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Sharing the goodies from the ACTFL conference in Philadelphia

Just came back from the ACTFL conference in Philly and I thought I would share some of the goodies I just got to learn about. So here there are my top 3! (I decided to limit myself to 3 since … Continue reading

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How to use I-Tunes U ?

Oh yes, we all have endured those artificial and mostly ridiculous recordings provided by textbooks. Yet, I-Tunes U offers free recordings made by native speakers that do sound authentic, full of colloquial expressions and natural pauses that you may encounter … Continue reading

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How to lock a page on your WIKISPACE

This is a quick tutorial, just to show you how to lock your pages on a wikispace. This is a very useful feature, if you want to make sure no one, not even the members of your wikispace (e.g your … Continue reading

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