Part#1 – Presentations
Things to Do
- Look for presentations of interest on Slideshare, Authorstream, or Prezi and post them on your blog.
- Create your own simple Prezi, PowToon, or Google Presentation and post it on your blog.
- Use Diigo to bookmark at least three presentations and/or presentation sites of interest.
Your midterm will be a 15 minute Hangout session with Jeff. During this time, we will…
B) discuss which materials and skills you would like to develop during the second part of this course. While I will still introduce a few new tools and resources in weeks 9~14, most of that time will be spent having you develop CALL-related materials for your current and future teaching environments.
C) share any other thoughts and questions about this course and how to make the second part of it as useful as possible for you.
Please make sure your Task Checklist is up-to-date by April 20. Check the Week#7 update sent to your Gmail account for a link to your personalized checklist.
Midterms will take place between April 21~26. You can schedule your Hangout time in the TES531Midterm Schedule Doc by writing your name in your desired time slot. Please sign up for time slot by April 17.
This week’s virtual sessions