eMod Lindsay
Lindsay Clandfield, eModeration Tutor

There’s still time (but only a day!) to sign up to the next eModeration course which starts on Thursday 3rd March. So far we have a participants from a great variety of countries including Spain, UK, USA, Macau, Gaza, Bahrain, Ireland, Germany.  The e-Moderation course is aimed at teachers, trainers, tutors, facilitators, lecturers and / or mentors from any discipline and any level of education, who have an interest in developing the skills needed to become an effective e-moderator in online courses. This course will be tutored by Lindsay Clandfield.

For more details and to enrol, please visit http://traintodo.com/emod0303

 

In other news, if you weren’t able to make it to Nicky’s Cambridge Webinar, What is Blended Learning, and how does it work in practice? earlier in the week, here is a summary and a link to the recording. http://traintodo.com/cupwebvideo As with Gavin and Nicky’s Delta webinar last week, it was extremely well attended and it is great to see how many educators around the world are showing a real interest in how technology can be integrated into pedagogically sound teaching practices.

 

blendedAnd finally… in other Blended Learning news, a new book The Cambridge Guide to Blended Learning for Language Teaching has been published as part of the Cambridge Guides series. It is described by the publishers as, “A volume concerned with best practice in blended learning for language teaching.” It is an extremely interesting and well-researched book contains chapters by a series of top ELT writers and practitioners and has been edited by Michael McCarthy. The Consultants-E’s Gavin and Nicky contributed a chapter entitled Blended Learning in a Mobile Context: New Tools, New Learning Experiences? You can find out more about the other chapters and contributors and buy the book here: http://traintodo.com/blendedbook