This weekend, our Technology in English Language Teaching class at American University presented our major project of the spring: digital stories.
Final DS Poster_WATESOL_2011
Posted April 17, 2011 by Cyn Hatch in Ed Tech, ESL Teaching
Tagged with edtech digital stories code switching
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