I have been using (and
experimenting) with various technologies for my
teaching since 1999 when I first built and
webpage. Since this time, I
have enhanced my teaching and student learning
with Computer-Assisted Learning Language (CALL),
both inside and outside the classroom. I am
particularly fond of my use of PowerPoint. If it
is used prudently, it not only makes grammar
explanations or literature exercises far more
attractive and effective, but also allows me and
learners to engage actively with each other.
All of my courses are now supplemented with
constantly updated after each single class. They
range in content depending on the type and size of
class. In the case of language or literature
courses, all the material (PowerPoint, Word,
videos by and for my students,
etc.) which I show in class can be revisited by
the student afterwards. They can also download it.
As a complement for all my courses, I have
designed diverse web repertories and resources
which I revisit and maintain up to date.