Category Archives: Tools



Dipity is a very good timeline creator if you want your students to work with time, tenses or describing events or someone’s life. Catchy interface that allows you to create your own timelines and add images, video, audio and Internet links.
The working area is really user-friendly, and element integration is really easy. We can later share it through our usual social network.




Time to say your thoughts instead of writing them down. AudioBoo has been created for users to create short audioclips and publish them online… brief thoughts and ideas to share with the rest of the world, or the rest of our classmates! Our Batxillerat/K12 students can register with their Tweeter accounts, and share thoughts about what they see in a given outdoors route, or what they watch on the TV/Listen to on the radio regarding some specific event, conflict or any other piece of news.

Games in Schools


A new network community has been created:

Games in Schools

This social NING platform is devoted to the dissemination of ideas related to the use of videogames in education. teachers can talk about their experiences and comment on others’

A good number of ELT teachers use videogames in their classrooms. You only need to register for free and sign in.

This might be the place for you!

Social Network

If you are familiar with Facebook, here’s a nice and easy way to create your own social network: Ning :


With a few mouse clicks, you can create your network of EFL teachers, or of teachers interested in ICT, for example:


Take part in forums, upload files, images and videos, and share all your knowledge through an easy method of communication.

We’ll be probably creating an ELT Ning shortly. If you are faster, just let us know and we’ll join your network!

In plain English

This is a good way to teach things! Visually, and with a very easy script. The Lefever brothers have created a series of videos with easy explanations on diverse issues, mostly ICT related. Information is easy and the pace is not too fast. Students will easily undertand it. You can find them in their own Youtube page

Why not trying to create similar presentations with our students?

Here’s a video on how podcasting works:

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This one is a very clear explanation on blogging:

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