- Students work through weekly units
with links to videos and hands-on examples or models in a very
interactive, project-based learning mode.
Canvas is used as a
learning management system.
- No regularly scheduled meeting
times but students need to log into the course site daily to interact with
their peers and the instructor. Webconferences/text/voice/chats/e-mail
are also used to interact with students.
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April 28, 2020
to my online course Computer-Assisted Language Learning. It is a graduate course
in the Master's degree program of Teaching English as a Second Language at Saint Michael's
College. In this course you will learn about various types of technology and
how you can integrate them into your English language classroom following
Technology Standards Framework
(2008) as well as the ISTE
Standards for Teachers (2016). The Getting Started/Orientation link
will tell you how the course is set up. The Syllabus and
links also give insight into how the course is delivered and what is
expected. Please contact me if you are interested.
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about the instructor.
This course is part of the
MATESOL Campus + Online strand of the
MATESOL Program at Saint Michael's College, where you can take 4 courses
online, i.e. via distance, as part of your graduate program. This allows you
to continue working abroad while improving your professional credentials and
expertise with a recognized master's degree from a well-renowned and one of
the oldest Master's Degree Programs in the field.
Another graduate course that I teach online, i.e. via
distance, as part of the
MATESOL Campus + Online strand
Curriculum & Syllabus Design. Contact me if you are
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citizens in a democracy, media literacy education is central to 21st century
civic education." (Howard Rheingold)