Thursday, 7 May 2020


The last activity of my etwinning seminar (etwinning3_19_20) on website creation and communication & collaborative web tools required me to create a webquest at

A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented lesson plan in which most or all the information that learners work with comes from the web. A webquest consists of the Introduction, the task, the process, the resources, the evaluation, the conclusion and the Teacher's Page.

The title of my webquest is 'Save Endangered Animals' and here's the link to it:

Tuesday, 21 April 2020

Creating a poster

One of the many benefits I got after participating in Tony Vincent's Classy Graphics course is that I can create my own posters using my favourite tool, i.e. google drawings. Below you can see a poster I've recently created to share with my students in our distance-learning virtual class.

You can make a copy HERE.

Sunday, 19 April 2020

Choice Boards

One of my favourite topics has recently been choice boards for students. I've recently created a choice board for my EFL learners to visit during their Easter holiday. The students are invited to choose any three of the activities suggested on the board.  You can make a copy HERE.

👉You can get more ideas about Choice Boards in Shelly Terrell's blog post HERE.

Sunday, 15 March 2020

Digital posters

A cool tool to use in order to make digital posters is Glogster. The premium account I've had for this year (2109-20) allows me to create projects and assign them to my students. Here's a Glog I've recently updated and assigned to two of my EFL classes ( :

Sunday, 9 February 2020


I've been a bit addicted to Scratch after my second MOOC on Scratch.
Besides my participation in several tasks of this year's MOOC on scratch, I love spending time on experimenting with it! So today I've created this project just for fun: 

Tuesday, 23 July 2019

How to install social media Icons on your Blogger sidebar

Photo by Tracy Le Blanc from Pexels
To install social media icons to your Blogger sidebar, you can follow the process below:
  • Have your social media icons ready for use► Create your social media icons or download free creative commons ones from the web on your laptop.
  • Host your social media icons on your blog►Create a new post on the blog you want to add the social icons to. You will just have to save the post and not publish it. Switch to 'HTML' and click on the image icon to upload your social media icons. Select the images and add them to your post. Swich to 'Compose', click on each image and link it to your corresponding personal sites. Tip: Always keep 'Open in a new window' clicked so that your readers can easily get back to your blog. Swich to 'HTML' and adjust the width and height of your icons if necessary. When ready, copy all the 'HTML' code.
  • Go to Layout ► Find the gadgets on your sidebar, click on 'Add' a gadget. Choose the HTML/JavaScript gadget and click on the + button to add it. Paste the copied 'HTML' code inside the Content box. Provide a title if you wish to. Click on 'Save' and 'Save arrangement'. 
  • Click on 'View blog' to see the result!