Blending Technologies and Feedback for EFL Writers
Blending Technologies and
Feedback for EFL Writers
October 9, 2013
Moodle MOOC 2013
A show and tell (sharing) experience that is not meant
to be presentational but rather conversational!
Blending Technologies and Feedback for EFL Writers by Benjamin L. Stewart is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at ttp://about.me/benjamin_stewart.
Teachers share with ELT students
pedagogical competencelinguistic competence
knowledge about language
Sharing video open courseware
VoiceThread Post (A/C Writing)
...to (a) share emotions with others, (b) sharing
online has advantages over face-to-face
interactions, (c) to combat teacher isolation,
(d) to explore new ideas, and (e) to
experience a sense of comradery.
(Jung Won & Brush, 2009)
Do you share?
What, how, and why do you share?
Sharing and Diversity
I don't care what you say to me. I care
what you share with me.
― Santosh Kalwar, Quote Me Everyday
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