Re: Language Learning or Educational Podcasters Group/Site?
- Beth, great resource tip for the BAW2008 site, Beth. I think it'll
I'll keep working on the idea of putting togethr a group and let you
know if it comes about. It's really all in the kind of interest we
can gather. I'll keep you posted.
--- In email@example.com, Beth Collingwood <madsybil@...> wrote:
> Hey Shaun,
> I'm still in the development stage (lurking and copious note
> taking) and this list is the best source I've found. There are others
> out there, but the ones I've tried are either too sporadic or lack
> focus. I'd love to see a list devoted to the challenges of language
> instruction (I'm an ESL teacher). In the meantime check out this link [
> http://baw-08.pbwiki.com/Tools ] of interesting web tools put up by the
> folks at EVO who are doing an online workshop - " TESOL EVOnline
> "Becoming a Webhead (BaW) 2008: A hands-on workshop on how to use Web
> communication tools for language teaching and learning". You may still
> be able to get in on the session - they're pretty relaxed - oh and
> Let me know if you find/start an edu/lang group.
> (and for the rest of you out there - you guys have been a great
> - thanks for all the great info)
> ellpond01 wrote:
> > Hi Folks,
> > Just curious if anyone has come across an active group, forum, etc.
> > specifically for this kind of podcast. I think we have some unique
> > challenges. I run "Learning Indonesian" and would like to connect
> > with other folks that do this as well. I'd be happy to manage a group
> > or forum site if there isn't one already and there is some real
> > Thanks,
> > -Shaun