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100 Creative ideas to use H5P in language teaching

This is an inspired collection from an open crowdsourced collection by #creativeHE, presenting a diverse array of ideas on the potential uses of H5P in language education. This collection serves as a valuable referral resource for language teachers, for those who use or are planning to use H5P in their teaching learning environments. This document […]

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Creating Accessible Interactive OER with H5P for Language Teaching (FSL and ESL)

This Camerise course is developed by the Camerise Project at York University is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education and by Canadian Heritage. This free massively open online course (MOOC) focuses on the foundations and contemporary challenges of open, inclusive and accessible education in pre-university and higher education in Ontario. It mobilizes an approach […]

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Créer des REL interactives et accessibles pour l’enseignement des langues (FLS et ASL)

Ce cours est développé par le projet Camerise de l’Université York (Canada) est financé par le ministère de l'éducation de l'Ontario et par Patrimoine canadien. porte sur les fondements et enjeux contemporains de l’éducation ouverte, les pédagogies inclusives et accessibles en enseignement pré-universitaire et supérieur en Ontario. Il mobilise une approche centrée sur les valeurs […]

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Critical Perspectives of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR): An introduction to the framework

This two-part professional development series deals with data collected via online surveys and interviews with a small research sample of 6 different experts in the field concerning opinions, uses and critical approaches to the CEFR, specifically as it relates to teacher candidates. This series will cover a variety of discussions surrounding the practical application of […]

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Regional OER Guidelines: Cameroon (French)

This is a research by a group in Cameroon who studied the potential benefits of using Open Education Resources in their educational system. There are practical steps to achieve this goal. This resource is inspiring as it can be used as an example for other contexts. Save to Board […]

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