Get your free #LangChat e-book, containing the best teacher-suggested tips and tricks for world-language education!
#LangChat is an independent group of educators who get together every week on Twitter to discuss topics of interest to the world-language community. Your colleagues and fellow language enthusiasts share their tried-and-true tips, tools and resources freely in the interests of communal professional development.
We at Calico Spanish sponsor summaries of each week’s #LangChat as a service to the community. And now, we’re proud to make available a series of e-books collecting the best suggestions from our participants since the beginning of #LangChat!
Our first book is Web Tools for the 21st-Century World Language Classroom, and it brings together all the excellent tools and resources that your world language colleagues have suggested since we began meeting in February 2011. From innovative places to find and organize authentic resources for your students to the best apps for use in the classroom and beyond, this e-book has everything you need to lead a modern, 21st-Century classroom.
And it’s available FREE to all #LangChat participants and other world language enthusiasts! Just enter your email address in the form below for instructions on how to download your copy today.
By signing up below, you’ll receive:
- Immediate access to the e-book, Web Tools for the 21st-Century World Language Classroom.
- Free downloads of the additional books in the #LangChat e-book series as they are made available.
- Weekly summaries delivered to your inbox of the latest #LangChat discussions.
- Access to our #LangChat wiki where we invite all #LangChat participants to share new and exciting tools. Don’t miss out on this ongoing source of ideas and resources provided by your world language colleagues.
So sign up today for your free e-book, then head on over to the latest #LangChat summary to let us know what you think. If you have anything you’d like to add to the discussion, please feel free to contact us at the #LangChat wiki or by commenting on the weekly summaries. This project is a community effort composed of suggestions from you and your colleagues, and we’d love to hear what works for you in the classroom.
If you like the book and want to spread the word to your language education colleagues, please feel free to tweet or like us below. We appreciate it! See you next Thursday on #LangChat!