13:10 minutes (15.07 MB)
Alex, Vinnie, and arvind bring in the close of 2014 with the year's final episode. We discuss some of our goals and aspirations for the break and for the next year. Tune in one last time in 2014.
19:55 minutes (22.8 MB)
Vinnie and arvind talk about the People of Color Conference, Student Diversity Leadership Conference, and the current state of protests in New York, the show of force by the NYPD outside of arvind's school, and the impact on students and faculty.
33:15 minutes (15.22 MB)
I Have A Question#18
November 23, 2014
The Future and Relative Importance of OER and Open Pedagogy
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33:51 minutes (15.49 MB)
I Have A Question#17
November 16, 2014
What's an asynchronous credit hour?
- Dave at OLC Conference
- Jen's Designers for Learning now an official non-profit
- Oldtime videos of Dave & Jeff at Kotesol 2004
- NEXT SHOW: IHAQ#18 - Topic To Be Determined. Input welcome on our Google+ Event Page
November 23, 8pmEST, 0100UTC Global Times
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Prepared by Clayton R. Wright, crwr77 at gmail.com, November 12, 2014
68:54 minutes (31.54 MB)ELT Live #7 Questions from Future ELT's
October 22, 2014
Google+ Event Page ELTLive Community
11:45 minutes (13.46 MB)
Alex and arvind discuss the book "The Charisma Myth" by Olivia Fox Cabane and how people can learn to build their charisma through practicing skills around presence, power, and warmth.
60:18 minutes (27.6 MB)
ELT Live#6 - Lesson Planning and Prep w/ #KELTchat
October 14, 2014
Connecting with the #KELTchat community after a day-long slow burn twitter chat discussing how teachers get ready to do what we do.
Tune in to the KELTchat Twitter discussions at:
KELTchat Blog: Candid Lesson Planning
22:11 minutes (25.39 MB)
21st Century Learning is back for the 2014-15 school year. Vinnie's got a new job, and Alex and arvind are ready to go with new ideas. We'll be back on the every other week schedule, and can't wait to have some new guests, and welcomed long-time listeners. Find us on Twitter @alexragone @vvrotny and @arvind
25:04 minutes (11.48 MB)
Reflections on the 2014 KOTESOL-KAFLE International Conference
October 5, 2014
- Conference Conversations at #kotesol2014
- Defense Language Institute
- John Field
- Universal Design for Learning
Just Born! The ELT Live Google Community
Our next Show:
ELT Live#6 - Lesson Planning and Preparation
Tuesday, October 14, 1200UTC/9pm KST Global Times
Connecting with the #KELTchat community (https://www.facebook.com/groups/KELTchat/ ) after a day-long slow burn twitter chat discussing how we get ready to do what we do.
71:36 minutes (32.78 MB)
Professional Development (Online and off)
September 30, 2014
- 2014 Kotesol International Conference
- Argentina Tesol
- Connected Educator Month
- Michael's Blog ELT Rants Reviews Reflections and Google Doc Resource Directory
- http://www.scoop.it/t/internet-tools-for-language-learningRita's Scoopit Page
- Mendeley (G+ Community)
- http://live.classroom20.com/Classroom 2.0 Live
- KELTchat Facebook Group
ELT Live#4 - How do students and teachers feel about going online with materials, assignments, and portfolios?
54:57 minutes (25.16 MB)ELT Live#4
How do students and teachers feel about going online with materials, assignments, and portfolios?September 24, 2014
58:46 minutes (26.9 MB)
Mobile Tools and Strategies for ELTSeptember 17, 2014
iPad App Touch Cast
Explain Everything Great tool for making e-lectures
Book Creator Free ebook creator
not always great translation, but love the speech recognition challenge screencast
Divii - tidy dictionary with video examples
Mobile devices to access Google Drive (documents)
Vocabulary.com App This is just second to none. Check out their homepage
Socrative - Quick quizzes.
Layar example> http://www.ismartedu.net/augmented-reality-for-parents/
Layar used to focus more on environmental AR. I’m a little disappointed that they shifted to print. It was really fun to look about the room and create Layars on the walls :-)
MoveNote - Quick, easy video lecture creator (mobile). Upload pictures or PPT and include your video (webcam) from your phone. I’ve used this to do some “flipped” lectures. The problem I have with it is that I can’t download a final video. I’ve also has a small problem with conversion of some PPTs. However, it is good for quick and dirty tutorials.
Michael Griffin's Why Don't Korean students use apps for learning English?
44:19 minutes (20.29 MB)
I Have A Question#16
September 14, 2014
Jen has more questions surrounding the set up of a course or project website. While there is likely no "perfect" platform or solution, we contemplate important needs and key decisions.
- Jen's Online Course Needs Doc Desigers for Learning Wordpress and Google Sites
- Dave's old Living Archives Project and Webcasts
- Laura Gibb's Anatomy of an Online Course
- OU Digital Tools
- Coursera on Online Teaching
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63:10 minutes (28.92 MB)ELT Live Webcast
' Hows, Whats, and Whys (or why nots) of class websites and other online resources. 'September 2, 2014
Course Websites Options
- Google+ Communities
- Google Classroom
- Facebook Groups
Group Chat Tools
- Kakao Talk
- Teaching and PD Livebinders
- Dan's Composition Class Syllabus
and Course Sites
- Jeff's Sites for ENG317,
LearningCALL, and Student Talk Shows