Teaching with Technology 2014: Language Educators Talking Tech



Written By Alison Vold, Merih Sumpter, Nancy Elsobkey, Joseph Leibson, Alison Dykman, Laureen Davison & Allison Comer



Edited By Dustin De Felice



Copyright 2014 Allison Comer, Laureen Davison, Dustin De Felice, Alison Dykman, Nancy Elsobkey, Joseph Leibson, Merih Sumpter & Alison Vold



Cover Design by Alison Vold



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The work within this text originated in a course on teaching with technology at Michigan State University. This course is offered yearly as part of the Master of Arts in Foreign Language Teaching (MAFLT) degree, which is supported by the Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA). For more information, please visit http://maflt.cal.msu.edu/ or http://celta.msu.edu/



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Table of Contents

Introduction



Digital storytelling: Benefits and disadvantages in the World Language classroom. By Allison Comer

Technology – to use or not to use in the classroom. By Laureen Davison

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