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eTeaching

All about how to connect English learners and English teachers online!

Website: http://eflclassroom.ning.com/page/eteaching-elearning
Members: 33
Latest Activity: Dec 9, 2012

eTeaching and eLearning possibilities....

 


eTeaching and eLearning

Let's share ideas and connect!

We have many possible avenues for students to learn English online or teachers to teach online. See some below, ALL FREE!

SCHEDULING:   You can message the whole group! So when you have a session - let us know! Students/Teachers, please also put your name up in our CLASSIFIEDS section or EVENTS

We have many possible avenues for students to learn English online or teachers to teach online. See some below, ALL FREE! Let's also discuss the other places we can eteach or elearn for free. Also see Classroom Connect if you'd like to connect your classroom with another!

 

What's Available for eTeaching?

 

Scribblar: The best audio quality on the web! Lessons are already set up, click through the pages or look in assets. Invite people and start teaching. Even embed the room on your own site/webpage.

 

Vconference:  This room has a webpage browser. You just need to click VCONFERENCE, download the room software and use the pw: "runner". Start teaching/learning! Simple as pie!

 

TINY CHAT PRO:  We have a full video chat setup. Just go there and enter a private room and chat! Fully private, see only who you want to. Very stable and reliable. FREE! Post up a time and invite others to join!

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Scribblar Review

Started by Ellen Pham Jan 25, 2009. 0 Replies

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Comment by Ross Evans on January 19, 2009 at 9:31am
Hi everyone,

I've been classroom teaching and private tutoring for three years in China, and now I'm looking at starting some part time eTeaching. This site is great, thank you for all the useful info.
Happy teaching! Ross
Comment by Tatyana Sokolova on February 4, 2011 at 9:05pm
Hi everyone,
I've joined this group because I hope to learn something about eTeaching, and, perhaps share my very modest experience on the subject. Anyway, hope we will benefit from our communication
Comment by Greg Quinlivan on May 2, 2011 at 3:29am

Hi all. I've joined this group hoping to share some resources and ideas about e-learning, particularly online teaching, with others. While my experience to now has been face to face in regular classroom settings, I plan to either supplement my work with online teaching or to eventually move across to this delivery mode in time.

In the interim it would be nice to get your thoughts or experiences about the challenges or dilemmas you may have faced and how your resolved them. I will post some more resources of my own in the coming months.

Hope to hear from you,

Greg.


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Comment by ddeubel on May 2, 2011 at 4:05pm

Greg,

 

thanks for the support! Now that groups have improved functionality - I'm going to be promoting them more. Until recently, they didn't have rss feeds nor could posts etc... be share on FB / Twitter. Made them really like a closed society. 

 

I'll be refreshing this group and also hoping to get others sharing thoughts - especially in the practical vein. 

 

Comment by Greg Quinlivan on May 2, 2011 at 11:05pm

Thanks David. It's looking a bit quiet, so some refreshing would be useful. I'm a bit surprised that such an expanding area for study and work is not attracting more interest here. Perhaps folks are spread across other groups, or perhaps the lack of activity is not encouraging more to join in.

I'm completing some postgrad. study at the moment, and the topic is directly related to the dilemmas of online teaching and learning, and how best to use these opportunities. So, just from a selfish point of view, it would be nice to see some discussion, particularly focussed on EFL and ELT.

Do you have any suggestions to get the ball rolling? For example, posing some discussion questions? Posting some new resources? A blog entry?

Greg.


Supporter
Comment by ddeubel on May 2, 2011 at 11:24pm

Greg,

 

I'm busy reviewing/re-reading for a new post about technology. Just posted a preliminary thing on my blog.  Doing this despite so many other commitments. 

 

but it is an important topic and I'll be rejuvenating things. Especially with questions, surveys. I did a survey here a few years ago on using technology and will repost too.  In the meantime, dip into Mark Pegrum's fine wiki on eteaching. Essential reading , especially his Myths of elearning. 

http://e-language.wikispaces.com/

 

we do have a few long forum discussions - I'll have to find and link up... Here's one you might rejuvenate... lots there. http://community.eflclassroom.com/forum/topics/why-not-to-make-use-of

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