Introduction to Moodle Hand Out Now on our Portal

Our successful workshop at TESL Ontario, Intro to Moodle for Editing Teachers, hand out is now available for your consideration in our portal Support area.  You may download this by clicking on the logo or by navigating to Support>Instructor Trainee>Stage 3>Intro to Moodle

WebQuest Handout Now Available on our Portal

The WebQuest hand out is now available for your consideration and use on our portal.  Download this PDF document from  SUPPORT>Teacher Help>WebQuest

“How To” Hot Potatoes Handout now on LearnIT2teach portal

The Hot Potatoes hands on session hand out can be downloaded from  SUPPORT>Teacher Help>Hot Potatoes.

Edulinc returns!

This site has been created to provide more open access to the LearnIT2teach LINC courseware using Moodle 2.2, the latest version of our learning management system.

The LearnIT2teach.ca team invites you to create your own user account, enroll yourself in a course and use the courseware.

Edulinc.ca is enabled for mobile learning. Click here for more information.

Special message for returning users: Our open-access test site is back. Please note: if you are already a registered user, you will need to reset your password and re-enroll in any courses. Use the Forgotten your username or password? link on the login page (or click here) and follow the instructions. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Administrator’s Manual now available as a PDF document!

The complete a Administrator’s Manual is now available at our portal under the SUPPORT>ADMINISTRATORS menu items.

This manual contains guidance features for LINC managers who wish to use blended learning at their centres.   Topics include: An Orientation to CALL, Learning Management Systems, the LearnIT2teach Project, LINC Courseware, Professional Development Options, Technology Standards, Considerations for Implementation, Private Hosting, CALL Lab Management and Getting Started with blended learning.

 

If you want to download this manual quickly, simply click on the front cover image on the left.

 

PodCast: Why Use Technology in the Language Classroom?

In this episode, Dr. Ken Beatty provides insights into the benefits of using technology from both the teachers’ and learners’ perspectives. Dr. Beatty makes practical suggestions, and he offers advice to the many teachers who would like to do more with educational technologies, but say they don’t have time to learn them. Dr. Beatty is a Professor of Computer-assisted Language Learning at Anaheim University. He is also widely published in his field. This episode was recorded by Jim Edgar at the 2012 TESL Canada Conference.

Thanks for your support at TESL Ontario

 

TESL Ontario workshop in progress.

Create a WebQuest today! At TESL Ontario

11:00AM-12:40PM FCG Create A Webquest For Your OSLT/ ELT Class (Tech lab)
This session explains what webquests are, how they can benefit language learning and where to access WebQuests and related resources online. Using a template, participants will be guided through the steps to make a customized webquest. This workshop is open to all, especially anyone interested in the CIC-funded LearnIT2teach Stage 4.
Category: Technology Lab

Level: Adult ESL/LINC, College/University, ELT/SLT
Focus: Electronic Classroom/Technology
Audience: Teachers with/without Experience

Stage One This morning at 9 a.m.

If you are in Toronto, this is the first of four stages for Ontario LINC instructors interested in the CIC-funded
LearnIT2teach Project. This session explains important e-learning concepts and guides participants through a hands-on exploration of the LINC courseware. Participants can use the courseware at edlinc.ca after completing Stages 1 and 2.9:00AM-10:40AM FAF LearnIT2teach Stage 1 Instructor Training (Tech lab)
(This session is repeated on Saturday morning)
Category: Technology Lab,  Level: Adult ESL/LINC, Focus: Electronic Classroom/Technology

What’s New In LearnIT2teach: Project Update at 1 p.m. today!

Today, at TESL Ontario, our team will update the settlement community about the progress that we have made over the past year.   Jim Edgar, Rob McBride and Matthias Sturm discuss additions to the CIC-funded LearnIT2teach Project, which commenced in January 2010. New additions include a reference manual for LINC administrators, online speaking activities, LINC 2 e-resources, learner readiness materials, updates to the portal and social media, PTCT accreditation, migration to Tutela, and LINC 5-7 development work.  (see details)

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