Re: learning2gether just past and upcoming
- Yikes - all that ... it's so great not to have just "missed it" but to be able to ba able see it "after the event" ... and just when I was wondering what to choose to do this evening. LOL
--- In email@example.com, Vance Stevens <vancestev@...> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Last Sunday we met a delightful community of Italian MOOCers inspired by an
> educator named Andreas Formiconi, who was schooled in CCK08 and whose
> philosophy is reminiscent of that of George Siemens.He has in turn infused
> that philosophy of teaching and learning in a cohort of participants in a
> MOOC known on Twitter as #ltis13.
> You can get a taste of what went on not only in our recordings of the event
> but in the pingbacks and comments that have taken place both around that
> post (in English and Italian) and at other posts at
> http://learning2gether.net that started the idea of this meeting off.
> This coming Sunday June 30 at 1300 GMT we'll interact with Benjamin Stewart
> in Mexico D.F. and connect with TILL, a community of online educators who
> like to Hangout, as we do, details here:
> The following Monday July 8 we'll have a conversation with Jï¿½zsef Horvï¿½th
> from Pecs, Hungary, and find out how he stimulates students through events
> like Punctuation Picnics, and helps them to avoid Comma Coma, while we're
> learning how his social networking management skills might be put to use to
> help promote TESL-EJ Online, and relate that to our own concept of personal
> network literacy.
> The week after that I'm hoping to connect with WorldCALL Glasgow in some
> kind of post-show, but I haven't put a plan in action yet. If you have any
> suggestions (or if you'll be there and want to help recap) let us know.
> And following that I will be taking a few weeks off, but the wiki is open,
> and if anyone else wants carry on till August, I'll archive what you do.
> Vance Stevens
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