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Testing Technical English Skills Online – A Flexible Approach to Ensure Hitting the Nail on the Head by Geoff Tranter

Recording (31min): http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p58ywgpdm3j/

YouTube trailer http://youtu.be/2FkrcNHEsp4

Geoff Tranter

Mondiale Testing

Testing Technical English Skills Online – A Flexible Approach to Ensure Hitting the Nail on the Head

To meet the needs of all stake-holders – employees, employees, colleges, teachers, etc. – a test should display the highest possible degree of flexibility. This particularly applies . . . → Read More: Testing Technical English Skills Online – A Flexible Approach to Ensure Hitting the Nail on the Head by Geoff Tranter

The Avatar Classroom – A turnkey SLOODLE website connected to virtual 3D classroom

Recording (43min): http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p7ujsefk0zd/

YouTube trailer: http://youtu.be/7IVy7zHzdJY

Paul Preibisch

@fire
The Avatar Classroom - A turnkey SLOODLE website connected to virtual 3D classroom
In this session, Edmund Edgar and Fire Centaur will discuss how the Avatar Classroom can connect your Moodle Quizes, assignments, and online competitions to your Virtual World Classroom. Come find out how you can get your very own . . . → Read More: The Avatar Classroom – A turnkey SLOODLE website connected to virtual 3D classroom

Improving your virtual presentation skills by Joe McVeigh

Recording (41min)
http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p18p78ycu9v/

Joe McVeigh

@JoeMcVeigh

Improving your virtual presentation skills

As educators, we are supposed to be the experts on helping others learn. Yet a surprising number of the presentations we deliver or attend (both virtual and F2F) are not as effective as they might be in engaging the attention of the participants. In . . . → Read More: Improving your virtual presentation skills by Joe McVeigh

let’s talk online has moved to Brussels

Logo of let's talk online let’s talk online has moved into its new offices to Boulevard du Souverain, 34, 1170 Brussels, Belgium.

Since 2003, this company has been a pioneer in language education and events in real-time via internet. Its services include organisations of online conferences, . . . → Read More: let’s talk online has moved to Brussels

Virtual worlds, Games and Interactive Fiction

A campfire chat with Graham Stanley, Osna, Vance, Jeff Lebow, Karelia, Lynn, Kalyan and others took place on EduNation today, Sunday, July 24. Great insight into games shared by everyone. We learnt about the popularity of MineCraft, the new starter edition of World of Warcraft having become free until level 20 and Graham shared a great notecard with a list of quests in Second Life.

Continue reading Virtual worlds, Games and Interactive Fiction

Summary 4th Virtual Round Table Conference 25-27 March 2011

Over a period of 3 days, the 4th Virtual Round Table conference
on language learning technologies saw yet another record number of
participants.

552 unique visitors in Adobe ConnectPro
111 unique avatars in Second Life
54 panelists, presenters and guest-speakers in 38 sessions
4 panel discussions about ELTons, mLearning, the aPLaNET EU
funded project and EVO Sessions
a virtual classroom strand (Adobe ConnectPro) and . . . → Read More: Summary 4th Virtual Round Table Conference 25-27 March 2011

PANEL: ELTons celebrating innovation

Recording: http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p23067006/

 

 

Panelists: Lindsay Clanfield, Nicky Hockly, David Warr, Marcos Benavides, Philip Gienandt and Charles Goodger

Moderation: Shelly Terrell

The ELTons, sponsored by Cambridge ESOL, are the only international awards that recognise and celebrate innovation in the field of English language teaching (ELT).

 

This year we are introducing five exciting new categories:

 

. . . → Read More: PANEL: ELTons celebrating innovation

Little tech with big results by Barbara Sakamoto

Recording: http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p20184781/   (45min, 83views since March 2011)

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In this session, I’ll demonstrate the small ways I’ve incorporated technology tools in my classes with young learners. Since I only see my students for one hour each week, and technology tools can be time eaters (especially when neither the teacher nor the learners are . . . → Read More: Little tech with big results by Barbara Sakamoto

Language Bridge by Arkady Zilberman

Recording: http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p18507409/  (1h 3min, 57views since March 2011)

 

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When adults learn a foreign language and speak it fluently, they form a new language speech center in the brain that is separated from the native language center.
We don’t think in our native language; we think in a code language of symbols, images and . . . → Read More: Language Bridge by Arkady Zilberman

Introduction to Moodle by Kevin Westbrook

 

Recording: http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p52615548/  (47min, 76 views since 3/2011)

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A demonstration of the basic features of Moodle and how easy it is to set up a course yourself! This workshop will give a brief overview of this popular virtual learning environment (VLE), show you what activities are available, and give you the opportunity to produce an . . . → Read More: Introduction to Moodle by Kevin Westbrook