Tag: courseware

New student support blocks

If you look at your edlinc course today, you will notice two new blocks.  These blocks are direct links to student support web spaces.  These should allow the students to have more independence when using the courseware as they can locate essential information on how to perform activities and basic tasks in the courses. If …

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Teachers want to reset or add LINC glossaries to your courses?

The LINC glossaries bank can be used by LINC courseware instructors to reset course glossaries, to add glossaries  or to merge glossaries on their courses.   To locate glossaries and add them to your course, go to the support document Glossary files.

New LINC 5, 6 & 7 Learning objects released!

Additional interactive learning objects are ready for download to support the LINC 5-7 Classroom Activities (Vol. 1 and 2). These resources complement Chapter 3, Interacting with Others, of the Classroom Activities. Instructors with edlinc courses can easily add these to their existing courses.

Survey your students with a Questionnaire

Consider adding a pre-made student questionnaire, so that your learners provide feedback on their edlinc course.  This will help the LearnIT2teach team to possibly enhance the LINC courseware to make the blended learning experience more effective and user friendly.  There are two questionnaires available for you to install on your course. The students can take …

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Happy Third Birthday to us!

Three years of LINC blended learning Rob McBride The LearnIT2teach Project is a year older on January 1, 2013. This is a good opportunity to review what has been accomplished in our efforts to provide web-based courseware to Ontario LINC and ESL learners, and train teachers to use the courseware in blended learning.   read more

Editing a course? Download and use our Stage 3 manual.

If you are editing a course in the edlinc.ca system or even a Moodle course on another server, our Stage 3 manual can be very useful as a quick how to resource for over sixty practical tasks with courseware.  Examples are how to manipulate groups of students, hiding and showing activities on a course, adding …

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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

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 …

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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 …

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Today at 3 p.m., Introduction to Moodle – great for editing teachers

Today we are offering a 100 minute hands-on workshop to give instructors a head start to editing using the Moodle learning Management System or LMS. 3:00PM-4:40PM TSH An Introduction to Course Editing in Moodle (Tech lab) John Allan, Jim Edgar, and Nancy Van Dorp – LearnIT2teach This session introduces course authoring in Moodle, a popular …

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