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TLO 16: How to Teach Online: Review and Wrap-Up: Part 2

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

Welcome to the last of this 16-part series of TLO Blogs, which have had, in total, well over 2,000 hits (so far). So, I wanted to thank those readers, especially those of you who posted questions and comments. Thanks also … Continue reading

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Turn to TESOL for Online Professional Development

Tara Arntsen
Tara Arntsen

In honor of the TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo that is happening in Portland, Oregon next week, today’s online resource is straight from TESOL. Most of my posts have been about resources you can use with students, but … Continue reading

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TLO 15: How to Teach Online: Review and Wrap-Up: Part 1

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

As this is the penultimate TLO blog in this 16-part series, I asked some of the readers and responders what they thought would be the most useful way to wrap things up. Many of the readers said that, as we’ve … Continue reading

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TLO 11: How to Teach Online: Establishing Ground Rules II

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

In the previous blog (posted December 18), we looked at establishing a set of standards for behavior and interaction in a teaching and learning environment online, which are different in some important ways from the ground rules in regular, face-to-face … Continue reading

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TLO 10: How to Teach Online: Establishing the Ground Rules

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

In the previous blog (posted December 4), we looked at some of the ways in which course participants, including the teachers, can get to know each other in spite of not being in a physical classroom, and in many cases … Continue reading

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TLO 9: How to Teach Online: Get to Know Your Course Participants

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

Finally! The “how to” stuff! Some readers have e-mailed me to say that, although they are finding these TLO blogs interesting, they thought it was going to be more of a “how to” type blog, which some of the other … Continue reading

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TLO 8: The Future Online in China, Africa, and India

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

This TLO blog comes to you from (currently) warm and sunny South China, where we recently wrapped up the third TESOL Symposium in China, and the first in Guangzhou, at the Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. The symposium was sold … Continue reading

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The Explosive Growth of Teaching & Learning Online in TESOL

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

Since starting this blog series a few months ago in August, I’ve received a number of e-mails asking me for recommendations for reading matter in the area of teaching and learning online (TLO). A recent and relevant book is Online … Continue reading

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TLO 5: The Self-ish-ness of Teaching and Learning Online

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

At the upcoming Korea TESOL convention in Seoul, to be held on 12 and 13 October, I’ll be presenting a paper on teaching and learning online (TLO). As the theme of the conference is “Exploring the Road Less Travelled: From … Continue reading

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TLO: Part Four: A Pedagogical Paradox

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

In response to the second of my blogs on teaching and learning online (TLO), on “Putting the Pedagogy First” (Aug 28), Evan Simpson and I posted a couple of comments and responses. One of the questions that came out of … Continue reading

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