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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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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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