Learning2gether Episode 295
On Sunday October 4 Learning2gether participated for 10 minutes in EFLTalks,10 slides in 10 minutes for almost 10 hours, from 0900-0400 UTC at any rate, hosted by Rob Howard & Stephen Greene
|Main page: http://www.efltalks.com/
Here is the timetable
And the one-stop link for all
Or Register at http://efltalks.com/ and use that entry
Archive of all talks:
According to http://www.efltalks.com/Events.html
This event is being held to celebrate World Teacher’s Day with a 10 in 10 for 10, a free 10 hour marathon of webinars. Each webinar will be 10 minutes long and utilize 10 slides only. The idea is to get to the heart of the subject. We will open one webinar room lasting 10 hours so there is only one link to enter the webathon.
Or Register at http://efltalks.com/ and use the entry you will be taken to immediately on registration.
The host or hosts will have a 2 minute window to thank the presenter, mention the speaker’s site or email and then introduce the next speaker. This will allow for 5 speakers per hour so we hope to have 50 speakers during the course of the marathon.
All presentations were recorded and are now posted on http://www.efltalks.com/Videos.html (organized and set up like the TED talks page).
This is a free and non-profit event. Helping new and future teachers is our goal, and we also want to have fun.
Earlier this week
Sun Sep 27 LEARNING2GETHER, the Interview with Rob Howard on EFL Talks 10 in 10 for 10 – What, why, and how can you participate?
Tue Sep 29 0030 UTC Chris Betcher in Hangout on Air from Adelaide Summit for Google for Education
Hangout on Air:
This was a streamed featured talk being delivered live at a conference in Adelaide, session 5 on this schedule
The link “Tightening the Feedback Cycle” takes you to a session description in a Google Doc
Current educational research tells us that one of the most effective things we can do to help our students learn better is to tighten up the feedback cycle, giving them faster and more timely comment and critique on their work. This session will provide you with ideas techniques and tools for improving student progress by providing better and more effective feedback with+Google Drive.
And this links to a complete paper on the topic here:
Backchannel at todaysmeet.com/edtechteam
Backchannel at todaysmeet.com/edtechteam and prize available;
check full resources here:
Sat Oct 3 0730 UTC TESOL Arabia Chapter SIG Conference with Jim Buckingham on-site and Vance Stevens at a distance
Sat Oct 3 Classroom 2.0 LIVE Stephanie Suter on Edu.Buncee