there is no link to access the course. Can you have a look, please?
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From: Nik Peachey
Sent: Thursday, November 26, 2009 12:12 PM
Subject: [evonline2002_webheads] SEETA ONLINE FORUM: EASY WEB 2.0 TOOLS FOR THE CLASSROOM, 7-15 DECEMBER 2009
Sorry for the delay in dealing with this.
This is the info I have so far. If you want a look at the kind of things we'll be doing together have a look at:
10 Teacher Development Task for Web 2.0 Tools
This will give you some idea of the kinds of tasks and tools we will be looking at and discussing over the week
SEETA ONLINE FORUM: EASY WEB 2.0 TOOLS FOR THE CLASSROOM, 7-15 DECEMBER 2009
It's time again for a free online event at SEETA (South Eastern Europe
Teachers' Association) Community. This will be the 12th Online Event.
Here are the details:
DATES: 7 - 15 December 2009
VENUE: SEETA Teachers' Open Forum at http://www.seeta.eu
Guest Speaker: Nik Peachey
TOPIC: Easy Web 2.0 tools that you can use in your classroom
Over the course of this event participants will be looking at a small
range of web-based tools that will enable them to create motivating
online language-learning activities for your students. These can be used
either in class or set as homework. Teachers will have the chance to
understand how these tools work, find out how to use them with students
and be able to try your hand at creating and sharing activities with
By the end of the event participating teachers should have a small
'toolkit' of resources and ideas that will enable them to enhance their
lessons though the effective and pedagogically sound use of technology.
See you there soon ...
HOW TO REGISTER:
1. Go to website: http://www.seeta.eu
2. Click on Login at the bottom of the page.
- If you have already registered with SEETA, login and follow the link
to the current fielded discussion. Make sure you enrol to the course.
- If this is your first time here, follow the instructions below.
3. Go to column Is this your first time here?, read the instructions and
create a new account.
4. Select a username and password that will be easy for you to remember
(and write them down somewhere), type your personal details and click on
'create my new account'.
5. You will automatically receive a confirmation e-mail from the system
at the e-mail address you gave. This usually takes only a few minutes.
The title of the e-mail will be SEETA - South Eastern Europe Teachers
Association: account confirmation. Please check your spam/junk mail
because it may end up there.
6. Open the e-mail and follow the instructions in order to confirm your
account - you will click on the link in the e-mail.
7. This page shows that your registration has been confirmed. Click on
8. On the SEETA home page, you will find information and a link to the
current fielded discussion. Click on the link and enrol yourself as a
member of this course, i.e. click 'Yes'.
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