ERIC Number: ED588880
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2018-Aug-30
Online and Hybrid Classroom Education. TESOL Voices: Insider Accounts of Classroom Life
Kessler, Greg, Ed.
In this volume of the "TESOL Voices" series, authors demonstrate the various ways that we can interact with one another in the pursuit of effective teaching and learning. From virtual learning environments to online course management systems, discover how technology can maintain a human connection. Hear how ESL and EFL teachers developed courses to include mentorship, learner autonomy, and innovative teaching approaches. Read student reactions to flipped-classroom formats and social networking for language learning as they provide feedback and reflect on their experiences. This book contains the following chapters: (1) Collaborative Practice to Improve How ELLs Are Characterized in Online TESOL Methods Courses (Elena Andrei and April S. Salerno); (2) Three Perspectives on TESOL Courses Told via a Learning Management System (Alsu Gilmetdinova, Luciana C. de Oliveira, and Larisa Olesova); (3) Recommendations for Online Master's in TESOL Programs: Graduate Student Voices (Burcu Ates and Keith M. Graham); (4) General Education Teachers Discuss Their Challenges in Teaching ELLs (Nilufer Guler); (5) Discourse Practices of an Online Writing Tutor: A Reflective Exploration (J. Elliott Casal and Joseph J. Lee); (6) A Teacher's Framework for Online English for Academic Purposes Courses (Heejin Chang and Scott Windeatt); (7) The Supra Tutor: Learners' Perspectives on Online Pronunciation Instruction (Edna F. Lima); (8) Teaching English as an International Language in Japan Through a Videoconference-Based Flipped Class (Ju Seong Lee and Yuji Nakamura); (9) Present, Record, and Reflect: Enhancing Presentation Skills via Carousel Poster Sessions and Mobile Videos (Sean H. Toland and Daniel J. Mills); (10) Teach Academic Reading and Writing Without Forcing Students to Read and Write: Enter the Experiential Flipped-Classroom Environment (Andrew Downer and Georgia Daleure); (11) Peer Mentoring Among ESL Learners via a Social Networking Site (Radzuwan Ab. Rashid); and (12) Future Directions for Online and Hybrid Language Learning (Greg Kessler).
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Instruction, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Online Courses, Blended Learning, English Language Learners, Methods Courses, Language Teachers, Cooperation, Integrated Learning Systems, Masters Programs, Graduate Students, Student Attitudes, Barriers, General Education, Teacher Attitudes, Writing Instruction, English for Academic Purposes, Pronunciation, Videoconferencing, Homework, Public Speaking, Reading Instruction, Video Technology, Peer Teaching, Mentors, Social Media, Foreign Countries, Teacher Education Programs
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: Japan