Linguafolio.uoregon.edu (online portfolio; students can gather evidence of progress)
Second DuBravac chapter. great article on assessment
AAPPL Conversation Builder an assessment creator
PDF with table of assessment ideas from manual to automated
Huewen Branch’s Oral Presentational Activity (show us your high school)
Aaron Johnson tips: how to teach online.
Are you ready to learn/teach online?
Online Learning Self-Assessment Survey for students
ADEIL video: how to make websites more reader-friendly
On Learning Languages
These two guys suggest the “no-English” rule.
Tech tool websites (copied from the StarTalk class page 3.4, activity 1
- CLEAR Rich Internet Applications
- CLEAR Quiz Break
- Super Teacher Tools (includes online Jeopardy, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, and Matching games)
- Google Forms (Tutorial to create quiz with feedback)
- PowerPoint (This blog post includes links to demos and tutorials to make PPT more interactive)
- PowerPoint Jeopardy Template (upload the PPT to SlideBoom for use in an online class)
- YouTube (consider making a branching activity like those mentioned on Monday)
Paid tools suggested by Shannon:
- Vocaroo for recording voices
(From the TTOL Resources page)
Other bibliographic resources about teaching online
Journals / Organizations focusing on Languages and Technology
The LMP bibliography covers teaching materials for 151 languages that are less commonly taught in the United States.