This blog «Con y Sin Acento» is from a friend/travel partner/colleague - Rafael A. Mendoza. In this blog he shares ideas and best practices that include art appreciation, culture, skills and more. Do check out his blog!
... algunos otros a seguir ...
... y para audios, audiobooks y cursos en-línea ...
WL educators meet every Thursday night at 7pm (EST) for one hour on Twitter to discuss and collaborate on issues related to our profession.
Check out the summaries provided by our friends at Calico Spanish or this other compilation from Don Doehla through Paper.li titlled: PBL in WL and #langchat News ... or check out these current tweets on #langchat.
While perusing through some blogs about game-based learning on edutopia, I came across this page about Enhancing Learning Through Differentiated Technology by Julie Stern ... and my jaw just dropped when I found out that SAS Curriculum Pathways in the Great State of North Carolina, USA had a YouTube Channel, a site and a social media presence on Pinterest and Twitter providing a wealth of resources through video, tutorials and blended learning for our Spanish classes. On their site itself, you find a section dedicated to Español which holds over 134 activities that range from everyday life, history and politics to civilizations, people, places and grammar. Enjoy!
Este blog de FluentU que ha sido compartido vía el grupo de Español <<Spanish Teachers>> en LinkedIn, nos proporciona cuatro lecciones para usar en nuestras clases y así acercar a nuestros estudiantes más al aspecto cultural en el estudio del Español como lengua extranjera.
¡Que les sea de beneficio a todos/as!