Spanish Teachers! Cool new updates for you

Spanish Teachers! At Speekee we would be crazy if we didn’t listen to our customers, and you the teacher are as vital to us as the many parents of children who, through their excellent feedback, help keep us at the cutting edge of Spanish language provision.

I am delighted to announce today that we have just made some significant and valuable changes to www.speekee.com/teachers

I would also like to thank you all for your comments and suggestions. These changes are the sum of your contributions!

So what’s new?

  • Slick presentation
  • Activity plans that can be downloaded as PDFs (“At last!” I hear you cry)
  • Learning outcomes per level that can be downloaded as a pupil progress tracking sheet (PDF)
  • New “responsive” design which works much better on the iPad, iPhone etc.

Here are some screenshots which illustrate a selection of the changes

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100s of highly effective, structured activities. Easy to read, easy to present to your pupils

Colorful sets of video thumbnails. Just click to watch!

Colorful sets of video thumbnails. Just click to watch!

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Learning outcomes are clearly laid out. Note the download link under the title

The downloadable PDF with all the learning outcomes. Just tick the boxes as your pupils learn their Spanish with Speekee

The downloadable PDF with all the learning outcomes. Just tick the boxes as your pupils learn their Spanish with Speekee

Try Speekee out free for two weeks. See how your pupils react...

Try Speekee out free for two weeks. See how your pupils react…

Go to www.speekee.com/teachers now and check it all out ; – )

Until next time readers,

Jim

Jim Porter is a co-founder of Speekee®, home of the most comprehensive Spanish learning program for children ever to appear online

Jim began his Spanish learning journey in 1990. He has been a language teacher since 1994 and he lives in sunny southern Spain with his two bilingual children. Loves it! More…

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