Teachers and students can collaborate through social networks like Twitter, Facebook, Google, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Massive Open Online Courses. Technology and the Internet provide opportunities to collaborate for learning.
Get a TESOL certificate and start teaching at school (face-to-face or online).
I will be giving a fully online TESOL certified course. The certificates will be awarded by a well known accredited university in the USA. The course is going to be an intensive 4 week online course. The certificates will each be signed by the dean of the university and sent to your homes by special delivery. I will be teaching the course. Please email me if you're interested at email@example.com
Learning has no borders when it comes to technology. Today, students and teachers can connect for learning 24/7. They no longer need to be in the same physical space. However, connecting face-to-face in realtime is very important to the learning process. Teaching in a Live Online Class can be very rewarding for the teacher and student. There are many benefits to the face-to-face real time online learning environment that require our attention. Teaching in a asynchronous non-time dependent learning platform is not enough for today’s student. Students need immediate gratifications.
Students need to have the opportunity to be with the instructor in real time, so they can get immediate response to their questions and not have to wait. They need to see the teacher in action. What is your opinion.
Please fill in the form if you're interested in writing a chapter or chapters and collaborating on a book on teaching with technology and sharing your experiences. The first chapter/s draft is due on December 31, 2013.
The University of California, Berkeley, established in 1868 was envisioned as a "City of Learning" , which has managed to achieve and to become (University of Berkeley#e-learning #Cultus http://t.co/58vgoL3JUB)...
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As we all know, when it comes to learning skills, practice makes perfect. In the case of Moodling, having a Moodle course of your own is very valuable. I would never have learned how to be a skilled Moodler, had I not had the opportunity to use Moodle in my face-to-face classes and later on fully online. I had no support and invested a great deal of time trying to figure things out. Therefore, I decided to make the process easier for you by providing Moodle course renting services.
Participants of Moodle MOOC 6 can rent out a moodle course area for a year with the option of renewing the space every year. Teachers of the Moodle course can develop a course or install a backup of an existing Moodle course. Course owners will be able to take their courses once they wish to move on to another Moodle area.
The first presenters of MMVC14 by Dr. Holm and Maija from Finland.
Dr. Nellie Deutsch's insight:
Dear Friends and Colleagues, Hope you're doing great. You're invited to join the 4th annual free 3-day online conference from August 1-3, 2014. Recordings will be available for anyone who is registered. You may also access the content and engage in discussions with the presenters and other participants. Certificates are available for those who reflect on 3 of the live classes or the recordings of the webinars. You're automatically added to the 28 webinars. Here's the link to the conference: http://www.wiziq.com/course/30546-moodlemoot-2014-mmvc14 Enjoy the conference. Thank you.
Learn about the upcoming Moodle MOOC 2 today (September 28, 2013) at 12 PM EST (click on link to see how long you have in your time zone) http://www.wiziq.com/online-class/1411164-moodle-mooc-2-on-wiziq Moodle MOOC 2 on WizIQ will start on October 1, 2013. Join this class to learn more about the MOOC. Participants will learn about the course areas, the workload and tasks for the course, and about the certificates of participation.
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