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Sarah Fudin, Community Outreach Coordinator for USC Rossier Online, shares 5 mobile apps that every teacher should be using in 2014. 2014 brings a new year and many changes in education nationwide....
Degree-like certificates and paid course tiers are designed to retain students and enhance the prestige of online study.
Shaun Wilden, a freelance teacher trainer and expert in online tutoring, shares some thoughts on his upcoming series of webinars on teaching students online.
MOOCs 101. What's a MOOC? Who are the major MOOC providers, the most popular MOOCs, and who cares?
“Flipped schools,” where students watch video lessons at home and do “homework” in class, are showing early promise in improving learning.
Having shown us 10 free apps for teachers to use for planning and classroom management, Shaun Wilden returns with 10 more apps to aid language learning in creative ways. More and more teachers and ...
Helen Stepanova is an English language teacher, teacher trainer and author, currently working as a Business English teacher in Latvia. In this guest post, she looks at some of the resources availab...
Educators are harnessing online materials to meet the toughest challenges in higher education: giving more students access to college, and helping them graduate on time.
This visualization details some wonderful examples of what the future of online language learning will look like.
In the largest survey of instructors who have taught massive open online courses, The Chronicle heard from critics, converts, and the cautious.
Creating and sharing clips allows learners to assess their own speaking
Simple and free web audio capture tools are creating exciting opportunities for students to develop oral proficiency and could boost the effectiveness of language learning portfolios
There is a growing interest in using tablets in the English language classroom.
Salman Khan’s first student was a family member. Now his free electronic schoolhouse reaches more than 10 million users around the world.
MOOCs are hot, but is the sizzle about to fizzle?
Sean Dowling, an Educational Technology Coordinator, looks at whether blogs can be used to deliver web-based English language courses, using an example from his own experience.
The Guardian Teacher Network has resources this week to help you whether you are teaching English as a foreign, second or additional language
We know teachers can find it hard to make time to plan their lessons, or to manage their classes both in and out of the classroom, so Shaun Wilden has compiled a list of his top 10 free apps to hel...
No, we're not talking about the show choir from the hit US TV series; we're talking about educational digital games. Karenne Sylvester, who used to write the popular ELT blog Kalinago English, shar...
Explore connections among the industry's major players.
Sean Dowling, an Educational Technology Coordinator, looks at why the uptake of Web 2.0 tools in the classroom has been slow, and offers some solutions. On a daily basis, many of us are using web-b...
Take away the dorm rooms, the classroom banter, the brown-nosing, the keg parties and the tuition, and is it still college?
Over the course of educational timelines, the textbook has reigned as the authority in content delivery. The textbook's reign has gone unmatched for many years, but its pedestal is beginning to wobbl