Learning2gether Episode #385
Helaine Marshall used http://learning2gether.pbworks.com the way I have always intended. She is a writer at that wiki, she wanted to share with the community what she and her colleagues have been doing with their iEARN collaborative project the International Film Club, so she created an event for Sunday March 11 at the sweet-spot time of 14:00 UTC and arranged to use the Bb Collaborate Webheads Virtual Room at that time. Then she appeared as scheduled and presented her work on this impressive project. Vance handled the streaming, and this (eventually) popped out the other end:
International Film Club is an iEARN Project. https://iearn.org/cc/space-2/group-554 Here you can connect youth in a global effort to build mutual understanding and intercultural bridges through shared experiences with films and robust online interactions, both synchronous and asynchronous.
This project launched in January 2017 with a partnership between the presenter Helaine Marshall, from Long Island University, Hudson Campus, in New York, NY, Fay Stump at John Handley High School in Winchester, Virginia, and Khalid Fetih at OKE Language School in Berkane, Morocco. This year they are also collaborating with SIMA, https://simaawards.org/aboutsima,
curator of documentary films for young people that promote global awareness.
Here is the link to the Bb Collaborate recording of a recent presentation at the GEC – Global Education Conference – held in November, 2017: (Bb Collaborate – full version): http://bit.ly/BBCollFilmClub or http://bit.ly/IntFilmClub
(audio and slides, without webcam and chat)
Laine tweeted, https://t.co/BiOYFN3231
The link is to the Bb Collaborate recording above
The Learning2gether version of the talk on March 11 took place here:
- in Bb Collaborate Webheads Virtual Room,
- If you are unable to connect with Bb Collaborate on Sunday you can watch the live stream on YouTube
- You can join the conversation in Bb Collaborate or real time in YouTube chat or at Chatwing:
You can get help at Chatwing as well if you need it. You can use the embed below to chat or visit the link above in your browser.
All are welcome, hope to see you there.
The following recordings were made:
- Bb Collaborate crashed during the presentation and the recording was saved only from when it restarted, but can be replayed here:
- The YouTube stream recorded the presentation in its entirety and can be played in the embedded video above or at this link, https://youtu.be/mtA32hr3ysg
- The mp3 audio can be downloaded here
- The Chatwing and Bb Collaborate chat transcripts are available at
Announcements were made …
On Google+ Communities
- Learning2gether, https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/109504049211076695836
- Web 2.0 teaching & learning, https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/112197420264775820915
- EdTech Mojo, https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/110130856353339654958
- webheadsinaction, https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/114550321376936920900
- MultiMOOC, https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/104523567430842485789
It was a great presentation, so what went wrong?
As soon as the session ended and I checked for the recorded video, I found this notice:
Read this here as well: https://www.screencast.com/t/1bAcVLkz
I had configured YouTube to tweet the event announcment, which it dutifully did
To which I replied
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Dear Helaine and Khalid,
Sun Feb 25 1400 UTC EVO 2018 annual closing ceremony
Sat Mar 3 Heather Moser on Classroom 2.0 Enhancing Relationships through Modern Technology Tools
Visit Classroom 2.0 at: http://www.classroom20.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network
Mon March 5 1900 CET Globinar with Alicia Bankhofer – It’s not about apps, it’s about ideas
E4.512-1878: It’s not about apps, it’s about ideas!
Alicia Bankhofer / Host: Elke Höfler
05. 03. 2018 | 19:00h – 20:30h CET
Access Link: https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/aboutideas/
These Globinars are organized by Jürgen Wagner
Here is the previous, constantly expanding program:
Also to be found at: http://globinars.blogspot.de/
There will be some changes:
- The link to the recording and the PDF of the speakers will only be sent to registered participants and both the recording and the PDF presentation will be deleted after 2 weeks.The link to the follow-on materials for this one is here, https://www.dropbox.com/s/983aivf9yfscfn4/FUM_not_about_apps_Alicia.pdf and planned deletion date would be around March 20.
Also: the correct link to the recording of the webinar was provided by way of correction – https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/p1c0p348f62s/
March 7 1900 UTC TESOL Applied Linguistics and CALL Interest Sections webinar on Technology in Language Acquisition Research and Pedagogy
The Applied Linguistics and CALL Interest Sections are proud to announce a webinar we will jointly host on March 7, 2018, at 2:00 PM Eastern Time (in the U.S). The seminar’s topic is Technology in Language Acquisition Research and Pedagogy.
The webinar is scheduled for 1 hour, during which Dr. Shannon Sauro (Malmö University) and Dr. Volker Hegelheimer (Iowa State University) will discuss the applications of current technology in effective language teaching and in conducting language acquisition research across the world. The presenters will also take questions from the audience. The webinar will be moderated by Dr. Christel Broady (Georgetown College).
The webinar is free. For your convenience, here are the times for the webinar if you are not located in the Eastern Time Zone of the Americas.
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM – Pacific Time
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM – Central Time
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM – Eastern Time
8:00 PM – 9:00 PM – Central European Time
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM – Greenwich Mean Time
Please register for the webinar at the following link:
Technology in Language Acquisition Research and Pedagogy: A Free Webinar Offered by TESOL International Association’s CALL (Computer-Assisted Language Learning) and AL (Applied Linguistics) Interest Sections
Looking forward to your participation in the webinar and apologize for any crossposting duplication of this message,
CALL Steering Committee member and CALL Webinar Organizer
Thu Mar 8 2018 UTC to 2300 UTC Library 2.018 free webinar on Design Thinking
Sat Mar 10 1400 UTC EuroCALL VWSG SIG webinar on World Language Teacher Education TPACK and Machinima
Eurocall SIG VW&SG
Dear Virtual Worlds and Games aficionados,
Please, note the following event in your diary:
Date: 10th March 2018
Time: 2:00pm – GMT/UTC
(convert to your time zone: http://www.thetimezoneconverter.com/?t=2:00pm&tz=Dublin& )
By: Dr Alina Horlescu
Title: “Infusing Digital Literacies into World Language Teacher Education TPACK with Machinima”
Details on access to webinar closer to the date
We are really pleased to have Alina Horlescu hold a webinar for us this week! Do join us for “Infusing Digital Literacies into World Language Teacher Education TPACK with Machinima” 🙂
Infusing Digital Literacies into World Language Teacher Education TPACK with Machinima
Dr. Alina Horlescu email@example.com Studies indicate that many language teachers have a tendency to view language as an abstract linguistic system and are, therefore, hesitant to acknowledge new dimensions of literacy and that learning a language in the digital age involves new communicative competencies including the ability to construct knowledge collaboratively and create and interpret texts that combine various resources made available by digital technologies. This presentation reports on a recently completed PhD study conducted to investigate the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) of language teachers engaged in the digital literacy practice of producing a multimodal ensemble with machinima with a view to proposing an updated TPACK model for integration of digital literacies into language teacher education. To this end, language teachers participated in a course specifically designed to train them to make machinima videos as well as prompt them to reflect on the affordances of the tool and their transformative effect on the concepts of language and literacy. This presentation discusses the main findings of the study and introduces a reconceptualised TPACK model for integration of digital literacies into language teacher education. The model includes ecological perspectives on language and language learning and teaching and a metalanguage that would enable teachers to discuss and explain the creation of various mode relationships enabled by digital tools.