Tag: TESL Ontario

Important 2014 Dates for Ontario-based LINC instructors Using Edlinc.ca

[important] June to August: A courseware migration service is available for Ontario LINC instructors moving their course(s) from edlinc.ca to edulinc.org. Please complete thisform to request this service. June to December: The Courseware Basics for Moodle 2 course is available to Ontario-based LINC instructors who began the LearnIT2teach training BEFORE January 2014. Contact your mentor …

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Stage 3 Qualifies for TESL Ontario PTCT Accreditation

Ontario LINC teachers have an additional incentive to complete Stage 3 of the LearnIT2teach training: graduates are now eligible for Post-TESL Certificate Training (PTCT) accreditation from TESL Ontario. Since 2012, TESL Ontario has been accrediting professional development or training that meets the standards set out in the PTCT framework. Stage 4 of the LearnIT2teach training …

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Book a “FREE” Stage 1 Training Session for your Instructors!

Take advantage of the free training available to LINC teachers in Ontario. Contact admin@learnIT2teach.ca to book a training session. Our system offers free courseware to use with your students in a blended learning environment. The courses and the materials complement the LINC 2 – 4 Classroom Activities books and the LINC 5 – 7 Classroom Activities …

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Book a “Free” Training Session

Take advantage of the free training available to LINC teachers in Ontario. Contact admin@learnIT2teach.ca to book a training session. Our system offers free courseware to use with your students in a blended learning environment. The courses and the materials complement the LINC 2 – 4 Classroom Activities books and the LINC 5 – 7 Classroom Activities …

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LearnIT2teach Podcasts

We have seventeen and counting original podcasts at our PodOmatic site.   These podcasts are focused on improving blended learning in language learning situations.   Some of the experts interviewed are:  Vance Stevens, Ken Beatty, Pascal St. Jean, Phil Hubbard, Greg Kessler, John Sivell, Deborah Healey, Carolyn Cohen, and Sharon Rajabi.

Pascal St-Jean introduces Tutela, the national learning objects repository

This podcast was recorded at the TESL Canada 2012 Conference shortly after the official launch of Tutela.ca, Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s national repository for settlement language training. The podcast features Pascal St-Jean, one of the site administrators and core developers. Pascal provides a brief history of Tutela, an overview of what the site offers, strategies …

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Make LearnIT2teach a part of your P.L.N. in 2013

A P.L.N. or a personal learning network is an informal network of resources and people that a learner interacts with in a sharing fashion where knowledge is transferred. In a PLN, a person makes a connection with another person or resource with the specific intent that some type of learning will occur because of that …

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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

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