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Creating Web 2.0 Effects With Photoshop, Part 1 [Software Tutorials] The visual style that has come to be associated with the term Web 2.0 has exploded in popularity; everywhere you look, corporate sites, web service sites, ecommerce sites, and even personal blogs are making use of clean, minimalist design coupled with fancy graphic effects. If you’d like to jump on the bandwagon, this is the article for you! Using Photoshop, I’ll show you how to add Web 2.0 graphic goodness to your site design using non-destructive techniques. It may even take your site from boring to trendy!
flashmobELT Here is one of my favourite activities to practise writing stories (an important exam skill and just a fun thing to do!): Each student has a slip of paper and needs to write the first sentence of the sory. Two rules: it should something more exciting than "Once upon a time..." - something dramatic or unusual or funny, and it has to introduce the main hero (so "it was a lovely Saturday evening" won't go either).
Scratch Who Uses Scratch? Scratch is designed especially for ages 8 to 16, but is used by people of all ages. Millions of people are creating Scratch projects in a wide variety of settings, including homes, schools, museums, libraries, and community centers. Ann Loseva's Space #FlashmobELT is an online project for teachers. The Lino boards with activities are here: FlashmobELT Lino board #1 (full with 20 activities to choose from)
Triple Your Productivity Tomorrow Is work slowly suffocating you? To-do lists, projects and random chores all piling up until they surround you? When this happens, your best strategy is to get ahead. Get on top of all your work and go beyond completing today’s tasks, complete more than you need to so you can have room to breathe. How do you do this? Learning Together by Robert Martínez: About Me I'm a University of Cambridge ESOL CELTA, CELTA Online, YL Extension to CELTA, DELTA and TKT Practical Tutor and Assessor with 21 years' experience in 8 different countries and currently based in sunny Sicily! I've worked and lived in Colombia, Italy, Egypt, Spain, Singapore, The UK, Canada and Vietnam. I'm interested in teacher education, integrating technology into ESOL and language assessment.
Mac OS X Python Packages for Universal Python 2.4 on Mac OS X 10.3.9 and later (Intel and PPC) Universal Python 2.4 (Mac OS X 10.3.9 and later, Intel or PPC) This repository contains packages for Universal Python 2.4, which is compatible with Mac OS X 10.3.9 and later on both Intel and PPC. Currently, the latest Universal Python is available from this site. About the Author Contact me via email at richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.comSpecial note for PR people: please take two seconds to use the search box on my blog to see if I've already written about the service you're pitching. It will save both of us a lot of aggravation. About the blog: The purpose of this site is to share information about free resources that teachers can use in their classrooms. In 2008 Free Technology for Teachers was awarded the Edublogs Award for "Best Resource Sharing Blog." In 2009 Free Technology for Teachers was again awarded the Edublogs Award for "Best Resource Sharing Blog" and was awarded the Edublogs Award for "Best Individual Blog." In 2010 Free Technology for Teachers was awarded the Edublogs Awards for "Best Resource Sharing Blog," "Best Ed Tech Support," and "Best Individual Blog."
Alvaro Fernandez: 10 Habits of Highly Effective Brains - Living on The Huffington Post If you are reading this, the good news is that you have a brain inside your head. And you have probably read about the emerging brain fitness movement: frequent articles in the media, an ongoing PBS special, more and more products and games. Newsweek's Sharon Begley recently wrote that "With the nation's 78 million baby boomers approaching the age of those dreaded "where did I leave my keys?" moments, it's no wonder the market for computer-based brain training has shot up from essentially zero in 2005 to $80 million this year, according to the consulting firm SharpBrains."
Web 2.0 Toolkit for Teaching and Learning EFL Presentation Skill * * * On the Internet * * * Vance Stevens UAE Naval College, HCT, CERT, Abu Dhabi vancestev gmail.com Abstract At the college where the author recently taught, each student has a laptop computer, which creates learning opportunities for the students but presents challenges in keeping them on task.