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"Technology on the go" is a podcast channel created by Camila Sousa and Ana Maria Menezes, two educators fascinated by technolo...


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January 12, 2013 11:17 AM PST

Rosanne Ramsay is an elementary teacher from Toronto, Ontario. Since graduating with a teaching degree from the University of Ottawa, she has had the opportunity to teach and tutor students from a wide range of grade levels both in Canada and the United States. She believes that when educators strive to create a classroom atmosphere that is stimulating, encouraging and adaptive to the varied needs of students that all children can be successful learners. A life-long learner herself, she enjoys crafting, traveling and music.

September 29, 2012 11:38 AM PDT

Today we have Ana Maria Menezes, also a presenter of this podcast, as our guest speaker talking about the use of the webtool Voki to develop the 4 skills in language learning.

For more information about her project, please access her blog (Life Feast).

Ana Maria Menezes was asked to record answers to the questions Voki staff sent her. Watch it here on her YouTube Channel.

August 25, 2012 07:10 AM PDT

Today we have Kay Nixon as our guest speaker talking about comic strips. She used a webtool called BITSTRIPS which allows students to create their own stories. If you wish to contact Kay Nixon for further information, send her an e-mail at knixon@sd74.org .

Kay Nixon blogs at http://lincoln.sd74.org/home/blogs/knixon/bitstrips-book-reports

If you want to know how to create your account and start using BITSTRIPS, please watch this video tutorial created by Kay. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzaZl7kI1Co&feature=plcp

August 24, 2012 02:59 AM PDT
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