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TLO: Part Three: Blurring the Lines in Virtual Classrooms

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

I wrapped up my last blog (posted 28 Aug) with the following questions: If the traditional role of the teacher was, for many centuries, to stand at the front of the classroom, what is the position of the teacher now—now … Continue reading

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TLO: Part Two: Putting the Pedagogy First

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

After posting the first blog in this series on August 14, I received an e-mail asking about the name of this blog: Teaching and Learning Online (TLO). As we are all language teachers, in one way or another, the reader … Continue reading

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Teaching and Learning Online: Part One

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

In Tara Arntsen’s “Technology in Education” TESOL blog, in March, she wrote about her experience of being a student, taking an online MA at the University of Southern California (“From the Perspective of a Student“). One of Tara’s main points … Continue reading

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Teaching English Online: From the Perspective of a Teacher

Tara Arntsen
Tara Arntsen

Previously, I wrote about my experiences studying online, but I have also had the pleasure of teaching English online using several different platforms and would like to share some of my insights on that. As far as online teaching goes, … Continue reading

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Google+ Education: Part 2

Tara Arntsen
Tara Arntsen

Back when I talked about participatory cultures in a post entitled Moving Education Online, I mentioned Google Sites as a resource for teachers. Google Sites is great because you can easily make a class website using the template called Classroom … Continue reading

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English and Free Rice

Tara Arntsen
Tara Arntsen

After that monstrous post the other week about online dictionaries, I have one that’s short and sweet. Have you heard of Freerice? It is a very basic site with multiple choice questions. You can choose from 21 different categories including … Continue reading

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Online Education: Ready, Set, Learn!

Tara Arntsen
Tara Arntsen

Perhaps as a teacher you’ve found yourself thinking about how great it would be to go back to school and learn more about different aspects of the field of education, brush up on some of your skills, or even learn … Continue reading

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