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TESOL-PP110-Outcomes-Using-Our-Wikis-with-Students-as-Learning-Spaces

Page history last edited by Christine Bauer-Ramazani 9 years, 5 months ago

 

TESOL 2012

CALL Interest Section

Electronic Village: EV Fair

 

TESOL PP110 Outcomes:
Using Our Wikis with Students As Learning Spaces

Saturday, March 31, 8:30-9:20

Philadelphia Convention Center, Room 103A
Electronic Village: PC 3 and 4 

Christine Bauer-RamazaniMaria Tomeho-Palermino, Skip Gole, Jack Watson 

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http://tesolpresent.pbworks.com/w/page/49137006/TESOL-PP110-Outcomes-Using-Our-Wikis-with-Students-as-Learning-Spaces 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abstract
Participants in the course PP110: Online Learning for Campus-based Teaching of the TESOL Principles & Practices of Teaching Online Certificate will present the outcomes of their course. They have implemented the Wikis constructed during the course with their own students, using them as online learning spaces that integrate and supplement the language training done in the face-to-face environment. Thus, they are true representations of blended learning.
The presenters will first discuss the requirements of the TESOL course and then illustrate how these were implemented in the three Wikis they created, two of which are now being used by students. Participants will see how Wikis are used as learning management systems for in-class and outside-of-class work, specifically for weekly assignments, class announcements, language activities, and collaborative work. The use of Wikis as important collaborative learning tools will be highlighted through team writing, outside-of-class discussions, shared dialogues, team presentations and projects, and collaborative vocabulary work. The third wiki will demonstrate how a Wiki helps newly arrived international students get acquainted with the town and reinforces their cultural and linguistic learning. This Wiki is designed to function as a collaborative writing center, an activity/practice center, and a homework delivery mechanism. The presenters will conclude by indicating additional potential uses of Wikis with students.
 

Time  Presenters and Topics 
9:30 - 9:35 am 

Introductions; TESOL PP courses; PP110 and goal; goal of presentation
Christine Bauer-Ramazani, Saint Michael's College, Colchester, Vermont,
cbauer-ramazani@smcvt.edu

9:35 - 9:45 am 

International Business English : Wiki for weekly assignments, class announcements, language activities in and outside of class, and collaborative work; collaborative work on team presentations, team writing, and vocabulary building 

Maria Tomeho-Palermino, Boston University
mrplrmn154@gmail.com

9:45 - 9:50 am

Montgomery College ESL: Wiki for sharing dialogues and revising it as a group; audio-visual, speaking, listening activities

Skip Gole, Montgomery College
skipgole@me.com

9:50 - 9:55 am

Fredericton Today: Wiki for orientation of newly arrived international students to their surroundings; Wiki used as collaborative writing center, an activity/practice center, and a homework delivery mechanism

Jack Watson, University of New Brunswick, Canada
jack.watson@unb.ca

9:35 - 9:50 am Questions and Answers 
9:50 - 9:55 am

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Created 12/21/2011 by Christine Bauer-Ramazani; last updated 4/2/2012

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