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WELL Blog Talk

Page history last edited by Claudia Ceraso 9 years, 10 months ago

 

Webinar 

I have been invited by E-duTraining to take part in a blog talk webinar with Carla Raguseo. As announced in the Edu-Training blog, this talk introduces the course “The Web as a Publishing Platform”, which is part of WELL - Web-enhanced Language Learning Online Programme. The course is addressed to teachers and pre-service teachers of English as a foreign language. 


Event Details

Date: June 5th 2010

Time: 4.30 pm Rosario and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Check your local time here

Duration: 1 hour.

Tag: #welltalk

 

The webinar is free and open. It will be held in Dimdim (no account required). 

To join the Web Meeting event simply click here.

 

Video

View the recorded audio and slides.

Duration: 1:05.30

Flash required.

Number of participants: 15.

 


 

Read the chat log.

 


Summary

The objective of the talk is to share our EFL blogging experience with teachers new to the use of edublogs. We will reflect on questions relevant to the WELL course participants:

 

-Where to start: blogging for your students or for yourself?

-Can a blog be homework?

-Should every teacher blog with her students?

 

These questions will get us started in our conversation. We expect to share questions from the participants in the chat room.

 

Contact

Carla Raguseo @carlaraguseo

Claudia Ceraso @fceblog

 

Related links

http://eltnotes.blogspot.com/2007/01/blog-genesis.html

 

Websites and links mentioned in the talk will be added here:

Example class blog. An international project Argentina-Brazil.

http://toeflibtprep.blogspot.com

 

Example tutor blog

Carla mentioned this post, the manifesto. "This blog is not homework".

http://fceblog.blogspot.com/2006/06/site-rules.html

 

Follow-up blogs

http://e-dutraining.blogspot.com/2010/06/lets-continue-our-well-blog-talk_05.html

http://wellonlinecourse.blogspot.com/2010/06/welcome-to-new-well-module.html

 


 

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