December 15, 2005

3rd Millennial School: Scottish Languages Review publish blog report

The Scottish Languages Review (Issue 12) today published my first part of a two-part series on blogging in languages education. The first part actually has little to do with the blogging tool at all, but everything to do with the choices we make when we teach. Please leave any comments you have, improvements that could be made for future versions, right under this post. Thanks!

You can download a beta sneak preview of the second part and, again, leave your comments here.

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Some of this is very useful for me in my current role of blog advocate for SEC remote learning - especially the preview material in Part 2. See the question I raised in Blethers today (15/12) about audience awareness.

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