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Teaching online - tech tools and the tutor's role. About the webinar The British Council is committed to supporting the use of technology for the continuation of education in a crisis.
As many teachers find themselves in an unfamiliar situation of having to teach their classes online, with little or no experience, the British Council TeachingEnglish website is committed to providing as much support as possible to help you navigate your way through the world of online teaching. This is the third in a series of three webinars, which offers guidance in key areas.
This webinar focuses on: Different tech tools and how to use them Tutor presence in an online course Each presentation lasts for approximately 20-30 minutes, followed by an extended Q&A clinic. See information about our other webinars in this series About the speakers. - Voki Scene Pickup. The Flipped Classroom. Online vs. Traditional Education: What You Need to Know. The word “college” might make you think of students hanging out in dorm rooms or gathering for classes in enormous lecture halls.
But that depiction is becoming increasingly out-of-date as technology provides for more and more ways to learn. In fact, online and distance learning has steadily grown in popularity among college students, but does that mean it’s a good choice for you? In order to help you answer that question, take some time to compare and contrast traditional versus online education. Comparing online versus traditional education Both online education and its traditional counterpart have pros and cons, so it’s important for students to understand what to expect before they step foot—or log into—the classroom. Online vs. traditional education: Flexibility One of the key components to consider when weighing the options is the amount of time you have every day to dedicate to schoolwork. Is online education good or bad? And is this really the right question? For the past twenty years, I’ve heard this question asked many times about online education.
It might be tempting for enthusiasts to say “of course it is good,” but I see this as a kind of “trick question.” We should consider asking this question in the context of the traditional classroom. Have our experiences in traditional classroom been stellar? All of us have had great classes in traditional settings and perhaps some that were not. Rule No. 1 for Parents Doing ‘Crisis Schooling’: Take a Deep Breath.
Christie Megill, who lives in New York City and has been home schooling her three children for three years, agreed.
“One of the biggest lessons home schooling has taught me is flexibility,” she said. “If you think it’s time for your kids’ writing lesson, but they’re bouncing off the walls and need to create an obstacle course inside the house to burn off energy, you can change direction.” Use your discretion, too, on how much schoolwork you make your children do. When I saw that my 5-year-old grasped a particular literacy concept the other day, I didn’t make her do the extra three sheets of practice.
“I’m not saying ignore the assignments,” said Barbara Stengel, Ph.D., a philosopher of education and professor emerita at Vanderbilt University, but during a crisis, parents “don’t need drill and practice for the sake of drill and practice.” It can help when the teacher explains that school is still happening — it’s just happening at home now. Teachers and Students Describe a Remote-Learning Life.
As a senior, transitioning to online learning has been nothing but difficult.
Sometimes I’m not even motivated to do my work. I am a good student, I have a 3.5 gpa but everything is on you now. – Casey Malone, Milford, Conn., Westfield State University Being at college, I was able to forget the sometimes-traumatizing moments I lived through as a teenager. But now, every part of my childhood home reminds me of the past I’ve tried very hard to move on from. I know I should be grateful simply to have a roof over my head and relative financial security at a time like this, but it’s hard not to let myself get sucked down the rabbit hole of my high school mental health challenges that seemed so far gone while I was living on my own at college. – Kelsey Bonham, Washington, Colgate University.
Teachers of Special-Needs Students Struggle With Feelings of Helplessness. Danielle Kovach, who teaches second- and third-grade special education in Hopatcong, N.J., said she and her colleagues agonized about how to assess their children adequately now.
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Using poems in class is something that I do not try often enough, but I was inspired to create a found poetry lesson by The Teacher James. The premise of this activity is simple enough: use album titles to make a short, simple poem. Start Here – RealLife English. You’ll find that RealLife has A LOT of to offer.
This page is your map and introduction to all the different aspects of this movement, so you can take full advantage of all of our resources and learning materials. With the RealLife Blog, we’ve published over 500,000 words (in 6 languages), 24 hours of audio learning material, and 5 hours of video lessons. The RealLife Global Movement, on the other hand, has brought together tens of thousands of teachers and learners, both online an in-person, all with a mission to inspire, empower, and connect the world through English. Anglo-Link.
Fluency mc. Abc song en videos en Vimeo. Flipping your online classroom. Quiz your English. Key features: Go head-to-head with other players from around the world, challenge your friends through social media, and quiz your English language skills.Battle it out over a range of general English topics and grammar, or brush up ready for your test by selecting an exam-specific topic.Earn Achievements as you progress - how far can you go?
Play for free, or make in-app purchases to reveal exclusive new content packs.Content developed by Cambridge Assessment English, the producer of IELTS. Exam level: A2 Key, A2 Key for Schools, B1 Preliminary, B1 Preliminary for Schools, B2 First, B2 First for Schools, C1 Advanced, and IELTS 4.0 - 6.5 CEFR level: A1–C1 Skills practised: Vocabulary and grammar.