Martin Varsavsky gave an interesting talk in Madrid recently. The full details are here (in Spanish) Listen carefully.
Ana recently attended a presentation by Sclipo
founder Gregor Gimmy about the future of online education. Check out the video (in Spanish)
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Discover how to cook up some mean lentils at Spanish sauce
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Yesterday I wrote a guest post on life in Spain for the Location Independent blog.
You can read it here
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Well it’s been a crazy start to 2008 – as you can see from the image above, we’re working away on various projects (& suffering from the flu) – Montse Guitar Sessions (now live), Better Your English Online, the Spanish sauce Spanish food& drink resource & Ana’s resource site for her new Spanish classes. The next couple of weeks will see the launch of our entry level English course for Spanish/Catalan speakers and we’ve a couple of more projects to put the final touches to. Keep watching this space…
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cataspanglish is a project by Ana and Chris to use the Internet to further teaching and communication.
Currently cataspangish is producing the slow spain podcast and Montse guitar sessions.
In January 2008 we will be launching two new projects – a specialised intensive online course for advanced learners of English and an online course for new learners of English which will seek to use the Internet to overcome the problems of balancing work, studies and domestic life so prevalent in Spain.
Chris also produces a resource “blog” for his English students here and is beginning to blog about his relationship with technology at Luddgeek.
Ana blogs about her favourite obsession at El Porqué de los Zapatos