Let’s share! – Post 8
This semester, we, as teachers, managed to support our students online using all the tools available and our innate ability to adapt to changes. Besides our ongoing support, it is also crucial for our students to take the responsibility of their own learning and in this digital era, it is easier than ever to reach the necessary resources to learn and practice language online. That’s why, this week we think that it would be beneficial to share some examples of online study tools. Using these tools, we can help our students become more independent and autonomous since they don’t have to rely on us for further practice. By guiding them according to their needs, we can develop our students’ language skills beyond the classroom.
Below you can find some of our favorite online study tools:
Listening & speaking
What about yours? Please comment on this post to share your favourite outside study tools with all of us 🙂