Duolingo is a website which you can use not only for English Learning but for a variety of different other languages. This platform uses Gamification in order to give the users an entertaining and dynamic experience. You can follow your progress by getting badges and points after each session.   Duolingo adapt itself depending on … More Duolingo


With any doubt, I can say this is my favorite tool for ESL Classrooms or English teaching approach. Classcraft is a fun and engaging background for any kind of class which emulates the classical elements of RPG games (Role-playing game) in which each students choose a role in the creation of their characters. Each student … More ClassCraft

Google Drive

Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google. It allows you to create and storage different kind of documents and to work on them from different platforms. Google drive is connected with google or Gmails account. The main feature of this amazing tool is the synchronization system that it has. You … More Google Drive


Twitter is a free social network service that allows registered members to broadcast short posts called tweets. Tweets and replies to tweets can be sent by cell phone text message, desktop client or by posting at the Twitter.com website. According to some specialists, there are some reasons of why Educators should use Twitter. Some of these … More Twitter!


Voki is a tool which can be accessed through your internet browser. It enables you to create speaking avatars and use them as an effective learning tool. It offer teachers and students to achieve different speaking activities avoiding the face to face stage that might discourage some students. It also gives you hundreds of customization … More Voki


Read your favorite webpages, translate the words you don’t know, and we’ll generate flashcards to help you remember.   Readlang is a software that happens to work in the website itself. It allows you to translate whatever you want in order to learn vocabulary and a second language. English is not the only language you … More Readlang

ELT Blogs

5 ELT blogs that you should visit! 1- ELT Diary A diary for writing down, reflecting on and sharing my ELT experience, a blog  by Alexandra Chistyakova, teacher of English at Moscow State University. 2- Language Garden Activities and stories for language gardeners, a blog by David Warr. 3- English Virtual Community All about technology applied to Language Learning, a blog by … More ELT Blogs