I have just come across with a very interesting website even though is for non-public, i.e., non- comprehensive classes, it may be helpful:
Interesting slideshare about how to create a collaborative project:
Los caminos de la colaboración: cinco pasos para crear un proyecto colaborativo
Queremos trabajar por proyectos en el centro pero no sabemos por dónde empezar from Ana BasterraThis is the page of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the USA, it has an English Teaching Forum which is also interesting:
|Presentación estupenda del Laboratorio de psicopedagogía de la Universidad de Vic|
I have found the BBC page for schools and it is really interesting for us ESL teachers, even though not for our students, they would get lost, but it may be very useful for us, to get resources.
In this page, we can find several materials for our classes, they are done by la Junta de Andalucia to teach English online.
I just came across this website called one stop english which can be very interesting especially for those books that lack contents.
WORD MAPS with the help of Visual Thesaurus.
About interactive whiteboards...
ENGLISH AROUND YOU
ISABEL PÉREZ' S WEB
ENGVID (video lessons)
GREAT PAGE TO FIND OUT THE MEANING OF PHRASES
MY ENGLISH PROJECT
Laura Candler's Cooperative Learning Resources
List of resources to generate exercises, quizzes, webquests...
Is Paul Auster's Ghost a Detective Novel
Aesthetics and WWIscribd
DESIGNER LESSONS (A collection of ELT resources)
TOPICS TO DISCUSS IN CLASS
THE GUARDIAN'S TEACHER NETWORK
THE CHILDREN'S UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
FREE TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHERS
A new method of teaching: The Flipped Classroom:
Created by Knewton and Column Five Media
I have watched this video and I am quite into this kind of learning in my classes; that approach to learning languages is also the reason why I believe teachers and students should be together in social media, students get much more exposition to the topic, but only when they choose to do so:
My final project on the course on Project Based Learning: