Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

EuroLang Forum for June 1

Expand Messages
  • BJ Berquist
    PROJECT IESB : INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC SCHOOLBAG MOBILE COLLABORATIVE LEARNING Mary Vernet is Scottish and studied French at Edinburgh University but is now
    Message 1 of 1 , May 27, 2003
    • 0 Attachment
      PROJECT IESB : INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC SCHOOLBAG
      MOBILE COLLABORATIVE LEARNING
      Mary Vernet is Scottish and studied French at Edinburgh University but
      is now living and teaching English at the Lycée l´Oiselet in France.
      Bernard Garcin is a teacher of marketing and management at the same
      Lycée and did research in computer-aided learning. He coordinates an
      international working group who develop a mobile collaborative learning
      method.

      Find out how they work together, what they have to tell us about the
      electronic schoolbag and how it can help language students and teachers
      to work in coordination with partners all over the world on different
      subjects. If you are interested in reading something about it before the
      forum, you may find information in different languages at:

      http://www.ac-grenoble.fr/wkto/p/whatesb.htm
      http://wkto.free.fr/p/info.htm

      Join us at at the Euro Language Forum at ASO TI2 on Sunday June 1st at :
      1:00-2:00pm PDT
      4:00-5:00pm EDT
      20:00-21:00 GMT
      22:00- 23:00 French Time

      After School Online (ASO) is a forum for educators. The scheduled
      events, designed for professional development, are open to everyone in
      the TAPPED IN community (www.tappedin.org/new) and all guests. If you
      are new to TAPPED IN, please login 10 minutes before the ASO event is
      scheduled to begin. This will allow us to get you where you need to be.

      Warm regards from Brazil,
      Barbara Dieu
      Coordinator Foreign Language Dept
      Lycée Pasteur, Sao Paulo, Brazil
      http://members.tripod.com/the_english_dept
      Homebase This is Our Time Project
      http://www.timeproject.org
    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.