Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Yltsig EVO 2012 online with Barbara Sakamoto tomorrow
- Thanks Helen, for letting us know. Graham also sent out a notice of a
session with Ozge Karaoglu on Gamification, in addition to the voice and
text chats we had with EVO moderators and participants just before these
My idea is to make time on Sundays where people in EVO sessions can come
together and compare notes and share what they are learning in their
sessions. Last night we had participants and moderators and presentations
from the ESOL Mentoring session, BaW (Becoming a Webhead), Young Learners,
and Gamification, in addition to participants joining us from the EVO
Audio/video recordings were made of each of the sessions and these are
linked at this page:
I hope if you were not able to attend that you can benefit from the
recordings, and I hope to do something similar to this next Sunday between
the hours of noon and 15 or 16/1700 GMT.
If interested in participating, let us know when is convenient for you.
All the best,
On Sun, Jan 22, 2012 at 8:22 PM, Helen Davies <helendavies06@...>wrote:
> Hi Vance & Barbara and all webheads
> Vance, many thanks for "advertising " the session - Barbara did a great
> session which was hugely appreciated. I realise that a lot is happening on
> Sundays, with all the evo sessions in full swing, so it's great to share
> our events with others.
> If anyone is interested the recording of Barb's session is online here :
> Thanks again
> Helen (with Dennis & ffinlo)
> On 21 January 2012 14:15, Vance Stevens <vancestev@...> wrote:
> > **
> > Hi Helen and all Webheads,
> > Thanks for announcing your event to this group. As you may or may not
> > since the recent YLTSIG events are on the theme of EVO and take place at
> > time we often use for Learning2gether, I've been announcing them (when
> > happen at 1400 GMT Sunday) as part of our weekly events:
> > http://learning2gether.pbworks.com/w/page/32206114/volunteersneeded
> > This Sunday I've invited participants in the session I am co-moderating
> > well as other EVO coordinators through the YGroup list for that group to
> > join us in a plenary discussion from noon to 1400 GMT. The details are
> > given at the link above.
> > Although I've invited coordinators of all the EVO sessions, I'd really
> > to reach the participants, and this list is a possible way of doing that.
> > Basically, it would be nice if there were more avenues for cross
> > fertilization where we could discuss with each other what's going on in
> > respective sessions, and extend our learning that way.
> > So if you're free and interested at that hour of the morning, evening,
> > wherever you are, please drop by TappedIn.org or come directly to the Bb
> > Collaborate / Elluminate Webheads vroom at http://tinyurl.com/y3eh, and
> > I'll be there perhaps as early as 11:00 GMT but definitely from noon to
> > 14:00 GMT, when I'll move with you over to Barbara's session.
> > This information is at the link above, but in case you'd like to see at a
> > glance when is noon GMT where you are that day:
> > -
> > - *http://tinyurl.com/2012jan22noonGMT *
> > I'm cc'ing this to Multiliteracies participants so they'll be aware of
> > modifications to the program this Sunday.
> > Hope to see some of you then :-)
> > Vance
> > On Sat, Jan 21, 2012 at 11:59 AM, Helen Davies <helendavies06@...
> > >wrote:
> > > **
> > >
> > >
> > > Hello everyone
> > > just to let you know that this Sunday we are really pleased to welcome
> > > Barbara Sakamoto, member of Iatefl yltsig (and fellow webhead). She
> > > be presenting a session for the YLTSIG EVO 2012 online event on
> > > young learners and teenagers.
> > >
> > > All information on how to join us can be found here and we hope you
> > be
> > > able to join us this Sunday at 14:00 gmt.
> > > http://yltsigevo2012.wordpress.com/
> > >
> > > best regards
> > > Helen (along with Dennis & ffinlo)
> > >
> > > In her own words Barbara will tell you about her session tomorrow
> > >
> > > Technology for teaching and learning fascinates me, and I'm excited
> > > finding ways to use tools in ways that improve on what I'm already
> > in
> > > class. Since it takes me time to learn how to use a new tool, and I
> > > in fairly low-tech environments, I focus on simple-to-use tools that I
> > can
> > > use even without an Internet connection.
> > > Even though the examples I'll be showing are geared toward teaching
> > > learners and teens, I use the same techniques and activities with my
> > adult
> > > learners. I hope you'll find something that will prove useful for your
> > own
> > > unique teaching situation, too!
> > > Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday!
> > > Barb
> > >
> > >
> > --
> > Vance Stevens
> > http://adVancEducation.blogspot.com
> > http://vancesdiveblogs.blogspot.com
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