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EVO 2006 CfP

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Note:  Not all links may be active, and most sessions are closed to new members.

 

The Electronic Village Online Sessions 2006


 For six weeks, participants can engage with ESOL experts in collaborative, online discussion sessions or hands-on virtual workshops of professional and scholarly benefit. These sessions will bring together participants for a longer period of time than is permitted by the four-day land-based TESOL convention and will allow a fuller development of ideas and themes of the convention or of professional interest in general. The sessions are free and open to all interested parties. You do not need to be a TESOL member to participate.

Sessions are organized by TESOL's CALL Interest Section and run wholly by volunteers who have donated their time to serve the profession.


The Electronic Village Online 2006

 

Click below to link to session descriptions. For inquiries about specific sessions, please contact the moderator(s) directly.


Becoming a Webhead - The third hands-on workshop introducing participants to the use of Web tools in their daily praxis.

Teresa Almeida d'Eça, Portugal
Dafne González, Venezuela

Collaborative Blogging in ESL/EFL - Encourages participants to explore possible uses, and to create their own blogs as a collaborative project for the peer exchange of ideas and knowledge.
Anna Koorey, Australia
Susanne Nyrop, Denmark
Jane Petring, Québec, Canada


Creating WebQuests - Introduces WebQuests, helps participants create them, and discusses how best to integrate WebQuests into ESOL curriculum.

Paula Emmert, USA


Drama in Second Language Acquisition - Discussion of theories that support the use of drama in SLA and drama activities supported by these theories.

Gary Carkin, USA
Judy Trupin, USA
Nigel Caplan, USA
Marc Sheffner, Japan

 


Just in Time Teaching - Looks at ways to learn what students know and how they feel about material BEFORE you teach it.

Tim Murphy, Japan
Jennifer Edwards, USA/Japan
Jeff Mehring, USA/Japan


Oral Skills and Technology - An exploration of online tools and software for teaching listening, speaking, and pronunciation for both beginners and experienced participants.

Christine Parkhurst, USA
Nora Dawkins, USA


Podcasting for ELT - Hands-on workshop in how to podcast, what tools to use, and applications in ESOL. Although the workshop is suitable for total beginners (no prior knowledge of podcasting is expected), educators with experience are also encouraged to join us in discussion and debate to help develop the potential of this exciting new medium.

Graham Stanley, Spain
Robert Diem, Japan
Scott Lockman, Japan


TESOL Mentoring - How do teachers serve as mentors? Mentors and aspiring mentors and other TESOLers will explore and share stories, strategies, models, and ideas.

Valerie S. Jakar, Israel
Laura Stoutenburg, Canada


Tips and Tricks for the Successful Online Learning Environment - Presented by teachers from StudyCom English for Internet.

David Winet, USA


Video and Editing for ESOL - Filming, video, and editing, as a fun and exciting approach to communicative lessons.

Nicolas Gromik, Japan
Mike Marzio, France


Web Presence, Pt. 2: Moodle -
Various ways of establishing a 'Web presence.' A Moodle will archive resources and manage learning goals. (Participants should check back at this site frequently for updates and an address to join the Moodle.)

Vance Stevens, UAE
Robert Brannan, USA
Buthaina al-Othman, Kuwait


EVO Coordination Team

Elizabeth Hanson-Smith, Coordinator:

Buthaina al-Othman

Maryanne Burgos

Dafne Gonzalez

Nicolas Gromik

Chris Jones

Susan Marandi

Aiden Yeh

EVO Coordination Teamance Stevens, PDC/TESOL Liaison

Christine Bauer-Ramazani, CALL IS Steering Committee Liaison

 


 

 


 

The CALL Interest Section of the international TESOL professional association offers the opportunity to participate in the Electronic Village Online (EVO), a professional development project and virtual extension of the TESOL 2006 Convention in Tampa Bay, FL. The intended audience for this project includes both TESOL 2006 participants and those who can participate only virtually.

 

 

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