Monday, November 26, 2007
I'm currently in Caracas, Venezuela, where I'm the facilitator of this seminar: Web 2.0 for EFL Teachers: Podcasts, Blogs, Wikis, Virtual Worlds and Digital Games. The seminar has been organised by the British Council & AVEALMEC, a relatively new CALL Association for teachers in Venezuela.
We have started a ning and over 40 people have joined, although only 27 of these people will be at the f2f seminar. Today, day 1, we'll be looking at social software, blogging, RSS & tagging, and some of the teachers will be presenting a few of their blogging projects they have been involved in.
It's great to see so much enthusiasm and expertise here in Venezuela and can't wait to get to know everyone better and find out what they have been doing.
Saturday, November 17, 2007
Title: SL Teaching Tools
Time: Saturday 1st December, 08.00-09.00 (SL time)17.00-18.00 (UTC)
Place: Edunation III Conference Crossover Space (EduNation III 202, 27, 21)
Details: Dudeney Ge will be be giving an introduction to some of the tools available for teaching in Second Life (free gift for teachers included!)
This first event will be followed by others, approximately once a month, so it should be a great way to meet interesting people and find out about Second Life educational initiatives, etc. Here's the details:
Meet fellow educators and trainers at Edunation III for sessions dealing with:
· Teaching Tools
· Teacher Training
· Gaming & Education
· Materials Design
· Language Education
and many more...from seminars to pecha kucha sessions
The events will take place in the Seminar Area of EduNation III, one of the Consultants-E sims in Second Life. You can find the island using the Search facility in Second Life, or by following this URL: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Edunation%20III/202/27/21/
You can also go directly to EduNation III- 202, 27, 21
Maximum 100 particpants (click the sign on Edunation III to register)
Each event has a limit of 100 participants, so you are encouraged to sign up early to avoid disappointment. You can sign up for the event in-world by clicking the sign on Edunation III or by sending an email to email@example.com . Please make sure you include the name of the speaker/event you wish to attend. If sign-ups exceed 100, we will put people on a waiting list and they will be moved into the participant list as and when spaces become available.
Hope to see some of you there!