Tag Archives: elearning

The Big Bear, Online Learning and Connections

I’ve been following #etmooc with interest, but with the hectic first week in our Electronic Village Online about neuroscience in Education (#brainELT), I haven’t been much of a contributor, but an active listener. What I’ve been trying to explore with much interest and anticipation is how a MOOC develops, unfolds, how conversations start and persist, […]

A Professional Life Changer – Welcome to The Electronic Village Online

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Online Teaching Videos

Curt Bonk is on my list of inspiration when it comes to online teaching and learning. I’ve gotten some neat ideas for my online classes from his book Empowering Online Learning: 100+ activities for reading, reflecting, displaying and doing. If you are really interested in becoming more proficient in you online teaching/tutoring/mentoring skills, you might […]

mLearning – From Apes to Apps

Since the beginning of our existence, our main goal is connection, learning, survival, evolution. This is what we still pursue nowadays, meaningful connections, lifelong learning to become better human beings. Well, if it’s not everyone’s goals, at least these are mine, and I know a bunch of inspiring educators, like the Webheads, who pursue exactly […]

eLearning Speedgeeking

This Sunday, November 14th, 13:00 GMT, join us for an open talk about elearning.Where? http://bitly.com/webheadsroom In a speedgeeking fashion and Webhead-way, we´ll have quick overviews on essential issues related to elearning. It should be was a lot of fun! Materials and recording available athttp://brazilbridges.pbworks.com/w/page/32550995/elearningspeedgeeking

Rewarding Networks

Yesterday was delightfully exciting. Never have I worked so hard and intensively in different projects for the school I work for and my volunteer work in the communities I’m part of . No complaints. All the effort has been paying off. First, I got to know that our proposal to present in the TESOL international […]