Online Workshop: “Online Tutoring” made easy

Online studying requires to keep motivation high. This is achieved through a well structured program but also with a close deployment to the student. Online teaching is taking of and a new profession is appearing to be taken by teachers, that is the “Online Tutor”. It is here to fill the gap of a distance […]

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Software as a Service responds to Education departments wants and needs

Working in education departments has been a challenge all the time in many professional aspects. You should be a good practitioner teacher and in many occasions you should be ready to digest non-constructive feedback from students. If you develop such profession within an enterprise, in addition you should provide the right education at the right […]

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Taller gratuito: Utilización de “la nube” para desplegar formación dentro y fuera de la empresa

En la actualidad es prácticamente imposible mantener actualizadas las competencias de nuestros profesionales sin un programa de educación dinámico, flexible, accesible y disponible 24×7. Esto conlleva la utilización de una plataforma online alojada en la nube, y gestionada con el apoyo de profesores y tutores online. En este taller se explican y analizan conjuntamente con […]

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Online Education and global warming

We all regret the difficult weather condition that Italy is suffering, specially the last events where many people lost their lives. It is not pleasant to come here having to link Online Education to the global climate change. Although sometimes it is key to bring the attention to show how Information Technology has helped human […]

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Creating interactive multimedia content in OCLT

This time I’d like to bring your attention to the new resources we have incorporated to our OCLT (Online Campus for Language Teaching), I am talking about H5P pug-in to Moodle. H5P implements a tool to build interactive multimedia content very easily. What does it mean? It means that the whole cycle of producing such […]

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Is your teaching process efficient?

A few days ago I had a very interesting chat with the General Manager of Knewton South East Asia. They offer solutions for a real customised and adaptive learning process. I had an “Eureka!” moment during the chat. That’s the future of learning! I have had quite a few discussions about the educative systems in […]

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The burden of books. Part 3/3

The beauty and freedom of creating my own resources is that I no longer need to think of my book resources I have ready and the burden it can be to carry some of these things around town, when I have to manage an offline class. I can simply refer my students to the online […]

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Inspired to innovate. Part 2/3

This is continuation of the previous article on “The speed of technology” A few years later after qualifying to teach English as a foreign language and earning a year’s worth of stripes in London, teaching a multitude of nationalities, I had reached my tolerance level of London and decided it was time to get out […]

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The speed of technological change. Part 1/3

I’m sure I’m not the only one who has often found the rate of technological innovation both overwhelming, fascinating and scary, yet at the same time also exciting. I find it’s also often too easy to lose track of where we are going but what has been achieved in such a small period of time. […]

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