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Connecting Online for Instruction and Learning Conference (CO14)

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About the Course

Language of Instruction: English

You are cordially invited to participate for free as a participant and/or a presenter at the annual free online conference on the weekend of Feb 7-9, 2014. Each presentation will be for 45 min with 10 min for questions and answers.

 

Course Description

CO14 represents the 5th annual connecting online free conference with the theme of connecting online for instruction and learning. The free online conference will take place February 7-9, 2014 on WizIQ. The presenters of CO14 will share educational technology, teaching and learning techniques and how they connect online for instruction and learning.


 

 

You’re invited to join the 5th annual Connecting Online CO14 (see Conference Area ). The theme of the current free conference is connecting for learning.


The themes for the presentations are:


  • Connecting Online to Improve Instruction and Learning: Online Learning and Instructional Experiences
  • Experiences with technology in face-to-face and online classes.
  • What worked and what didn't work for you?
  • How do you use technology to promote your online workshops, consultation, and communities?
  • Research conducted on e-learning
  • Books written on e-learning

 

You're invited to watch the recordings from previous years:


 

We also publish a book based on the presentations for those interested. Here’s the book from CO12 in printed form and in a Kindle version


 

DateTimeFirst and Last NameTitle of Presentation (Link to Webinar will be added once created)
Friday February 78 AM ESTEduardo LinaHow I use Moodle at Kugel High School in Holon, Israel
Friday February 79 AM ESTStephan HughesOnline teacher training leading to ongoing teacher development
Friday February 710 AM ESTLenandlar SinghFirst year University students use of Facebook for Learning Engagement
Friday February 711 AM ESTJennifer D. KleinFostering Global Citizenship in the English Classroom
Friday February 712 PM ESTDr. Robert N. DiotaleviCOPYRIGHT DOT COM: TEACHING OLD DOGS NEW CLICKS
Friday February 71 PM ESTJason R. LevineELT Techniques: The Festival Redux
Friday February 72 PM ESTAssoc. Prof. Dr. Fahriye Altınay Aksal and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zehra Altınay GaziHow Online Communication Tools Support Collegiality in Professional Learning
Friday February 73 PM ESTDr. Ludmila SmirnovaThe Power of Google-Drive in Team Teaching
Friday February 74 PM ESTRonen GeislerTeaching and building a brand through an educational podcast
Friday February 75 PM ESTSteve TuffillThe Changing Face of Online Teaching and Learning
Friday February 76 PM ESTDr. Glen GatinUsing Grounded Theory Method to Develop Theory in Online Learning
Saturday February 88 AM ESTVicki DavisReinventing Writing: The 9 Tools that are changing writing, learning, and living forever and how to teach with them
Saturday February 89 AM ESTBrenda MallinsonIncubating Online Course Design and Development at sub-Saharan African Universities
Saturday February 810 AM ESTDr. Nancy L. ZingroneMeeting Face-to-Face in Online Classrooms
Saturday February 811 AM ESTDr. Ramesh SharmaVirtual Worlds: Social Networking, Social Learning and Pedagogy
Saturday February 812 PM ESTEman YousifHow do you use technology to promote you online workshops,consultation and communities
Saturday February 81 PM ESTMbarek AkaddarUsing Webquests to Break Down Cultural Stereotypes
Saturday February 82 PM ESTDr. Maria Droujkova1001 Mathematical Circles: Families and Communities Making Math Their Own
Saturday February 8

3 PM ESTCarissa PeckGetting Twitterpated
Saturday February 84 PM ESTRobin Stevens PayesTransmedia Storytelling: Learning through Narrative Engagement Out of Time
Saturday February 85 PM ESTJackie Gerstein, Ed.D.Educator as a Social Networked Learner
Saturday February 86 PM ESTStephen DownesA Personal Learning Framework
Sunday February 97 AM EST Dr. Revathy ViswanathanScope for Teacher Development in Digital Era
Sunday February 98 AM ESTCheeli Bhagya prabhashiniA Theatrical surveillance: Self study through Multimedia Learning
Sunday February 99 AM ESTJozef Colpaert in conversation with Vance Stevens12 CALL Challenges
Sunday February 910 AM ESTDr. Antonio Tovar, Dr. Phil HarrisConnecting online to improve instructional learning
Sunday February 911 AM EST Dr. Curtis J. Bonk“Sharing Experiences of Simultaneous Open Access (Free) and Low Cost Book Publishing in Amazon CreateSpace”
Sunday February 912 PM ESTDr. Abhilash NayakExperiences with Technology in Face to Face and Online Classes
Sunday February 91 PM ESTShelly Sanchez TerrellReimagining Online Learning with Reflective Multimedia ePortfolios
Sunday February 92 PM ESTKaren BlumbergCrafting your Digital Character
Sunday February 93 PM ESTDr. Christel BroadyUsing Moodle to connect learners and promote an advocacy disposition in teachers
Sunday February 94 PM ESTAndrew WeilerLearning Languages Is All About Engagement
Sunday February 95 PM ESTJanet BianchiniVisually Inspire Your Learners!

About the Instructor

Connecting Online for Instruction and Learning
Toronto, Canada

Educators for Educators

Improving Instruction and Learning
Online Learning and Instructional Design
Best Practices with Educational Technology
Publications on Online LearningResearch on e-Learning

Testimonial
Thanks Bri for your comments. I encourage other language educators to voice their opinions on what makes professional development most meaningful and relevant to their current teaching practice. What has worked and what has not?
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Basit khan

hi when it will be online this coures pleaes answer me

210 days 13 hours 22 minutes ago

Curt

hi

222 days 2 hours 44 minutes ago

Muhammed Eissa

Hi , will we receive certificates by the end of the conference ?

226 days 3 hours 19 minutes ago

Barbara Gardner

Hi, I would have liked to view the video but the background music is really loud and drowns out the commentary - just thought you'd like to know!

227 days 5 hours 24 minutes ago

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