BC TEAL Presentation – Narrowing the Digital Divide

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6 thoughts on “BC TEAL Presentation – Narrowing the Digital Divide

  1. Hi Nathan,I just wanted to say thanks again for the fantastic presentation yesterday at the 2012 TEAL Conference at Capilano College, Vancouver. Today, I initiated the use of your ideas by employing my own Posterous account and creating a weekend homework assignment for my students. It will probably be awhile before I learn all the ins and outs of this site but so far I believe it will be easier and more entertaining for my students. All the best, Theresa

  2. Theresa,Thank you so much for your kind words. I am thrilled that you were able to get something out of the session. I am excited to see how this works for you. If you have any questions, let me know. Keep in touch!

  3. Nathan, I had another thought while I was scouting around on your Global Villages site getting ideas of how I can use some of these ideas as my own. The big question that kept coming up was "how can I incorporate that into mine?". I was thinking this might be another jumping off point for your current Digital Presentation. I feel I am technologically literate but I am still a freshman at learning how to create sites for my English learners.I think that if you wanted to expand and elaborate on one of these pieces of software to enlighten and reduce the amount of uphill learning that ESL teachers have this would be embraced enthusiastically; a kind of addendum to the initial presentation. As a matter of fact, you could probably do a weekend seminar using many of these. Just some food for thought…

  4. Great ideas, Theresa. I really appreciate the comment. I may just add that to my TESL Canada proposal as a continuation of the presentation. Kind of a type of modeling, I guess. I will definitely work on that.

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