This past week, I had the incredible opportunity to spend my birthday in Paris with friends worldwide at the TESOL France conference. Thank you for spending one of the best birthdays of my life with me! In a later post, I will share more about my reflections of the sessions and events I attended. I would love to thank the incredible TESOL France team and the wonder woman, Bethany Cagnol, for their dedication and hard work in organizing this wonderful conference. Below are my session resources for those who were not able to attend or grab the names of all the apps. Included are the slides for you to download and my free ebook, Effective Mobile Learning: 50+ Quick Tips & Resources with helpful tips and several resources to help support educators on their journey using mobile devices for learning and teaching. Feel free to copy the e-bok, pass it around, use it with your staff, and send it to anyone. You can download the PDF by clicking on the download icon which is the 3rd icon at the bottom of the ebook. It is in HTML5 so you should also be able to access this on your mobile device.Moreover, I’m including a link to the poem I read at the open mic, A Brown Cinderella, and a video of me reading the poem. Thanks to Deniz Atesok, @denizatesok, for posting all the videos of the open mic! You can watch all of them here and trust me the talent displayed will blow your mind! I am including the video of Matt Ledding’s incredible juggling act.
Matt Leddings Juggling Act
Brown Cinderella Reading
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