In partnership with
Different techniques for handling
learner accuracy and dealing with
corrections or feedback when
deliv...
In partnership with
“Anyone who has
never made a mistake
has never tried
anything new.”
Albert Einstein
In partnership with
“Mistakes
are
portals of
discovery”
James Joyce
In partnership with
Challenges and
opportunities of the new
medium
Strategies and practical
examples
Check this!
In partnership with
Capture the shavings
In partnership with
Involve learners, involve clients
Discuss their feelings
Private - public
Negotiate guidelines
In partnership with
Make it a
non-threatening
environment
In partnership with
New ways of signalling
replace facial expressions
 indicate errors unobtrusively
 query misundersta...
In partnership with
Echo
“I think I miss caos if
I am go away.”
“That’s an
interesting part of
life to miss!
Do you think
...
In partnership with
Ooooops!
Sorry about that.
In partnership with
Encourage self-reflection
In partnership with
Independent learning
In partnership with
Customise feedback options
In partnership with
In partnership with
In partnership with
Humanise
In partnership with
Two-way feedback tools
Feedback tab
Reveal feedback
Adapt tasks for consolidation
In partnership with
Stop and check: group review
In partnership with
Re-visit strategies
Get feedback
In partnership with
Celebrate
In partnership with
Thank you
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  • It covers the challenges and opportunities which arise from the digital permanency of learner “mistakes”. It illustrates how the tools available on the web-based platform English360 can enhance and personalise the learning experience further. The presentation will give practical examples of how to use: course-specific page comments, multiple attempts options, text-based forum discussions, multimedia formats, self-authored activities and private personalised trainer-learner feedback to ”feed” learners forward and keep them on track.
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  • Capturing errors in online world easier – they don’t evaporate. We need to be “sensitive” to what that means for learners.
  • Ask learners how much or how little.
    Negotiate
    Set up guidelines for peer to peer work
    Revisit the approaches throughout the course
  • How do learners feel about scores, electronic mark books , score tracking.
    Discuss this
  • Understand the privacy issues.
    Educators can see all scores, learners only their own.
    Describe public areas and private tutor-learner feedback
  • Share the guidelines
  • Create an environment where making mistakes is accepted as part of the process.
    Avoid the online equivalent of finger pointing
  • It covers the challenges and opportunities which arise from the digital permanency of learner “mistakes”. It illustrates how the tools available on the web-based platform English360 can enhance and personalise the learning experience further. The presentation will give practical examples of how to use: course-specific page comments, multiple attempts options, text-based forum discussions, multimedia formats, self-authored activities and private personalised trainer-learner feedback to ”feed” learners forward and keep them on track.
  • It covers the challenges and opportunities which arise from the digital permanency of learner “mistakes”. It illustrates how the tools available on the web-based platform English360 can enhance and personalise the learning experience further. The presentation will give practical examples of how to use: course-specific page comments, multiple attempts options, text-based forum discussions, multimedia formats, self-authored activities and private personalised trainer-learner feedback to ”feed” learners forward and keep them on track.
  • It covers the challenges and opportunities which arise from the digital permanency of learner “mistakes”. It illustrates how the tools available on the web-based platform English360 can enhance and personalise the learning experience further. The presentation will give practical examples of how to use: course-specific page comments, multiple attempts options, text-based forum discussions, multimedia formats, self-authored activities and private personalised trainer-learner feedback to ”feed” learners forward and keep them on track.
  • It covers the challenges and opportunities which arise from the digital permanency of learner “mistakes”. It illustrates how the tools available on the web-based platform English360 can enhance and personalise the learning experience further. The presentation will give practical examples of how to use: course-specific page comments, multiple attempts options, text-based forum discussions, multimedia formats, self-authored activities and private personalised trainer-learner feedback to ”feed” learners forward and keep them on track.
  • English360 check this

    1. 1. In partnership with Different techniques for handling learner accuracy and dealing with corrections or feedback when delivering blended learning courses TESOL France - Valentina Dodge Check this!
    2. 2. In partnership with “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” Albert Einstein
    3. 3. In partnership with “Mistakes are portals of discovery” James Joyce
    4. 4. In partnership with Challenges and opportunities of the new medium Strategies and practical examples Check this!
    5. 5. In partnership with Capture the shavings
    6. 6. In partnership with Involve learners, involve clients
    7. 7. Discuss their feelings
    8. 8. Private - public
    9. 9. Negotiate guidelines
    10. 10. In partnership with Make it a non-threatening environment
    11. 11. In partnership with New ways of signalling replace facial expressions  indicate errors unobtrusively  query misunderstandings  be a model
    12. 12. In partnership with Echo “I think I miss caos if I am go away.” “That’s an interesting part of life to miss! Do you think you’ve simply got used to the chaos?”
    13. 13. In partnership with Ooooops! Sorry about that.
    14. 14. In partnership with Encourage self-reflection
    15. 15. In partnership with Independent learning
    16. 16. In partnership with Customise feedback options
    17. 17. In partnership with
    18. 18. In partnership with
    19. 19. In partnership with Humanise
    20. 20. In partnership with Two-way feedback tools
    21. 21. Feedback tab
    22. 22. Reveal feedback
    23. 23. Adapt tasks for consolidation
    24. 24. In partnership with Stop and check: group review
    25. 25. In partnership with Re-visit strategies Get feedback
    26. 26. In partnership with Celebrate
    27. 27. In partnership with Thank you
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