This webinar is hosted in English
Andreas Molander will present on Formative feedback strategies and digital marking
All language teachers spend endless hours marking papers and more often than not the outcome is at best limited. This presentation will demonstrate how the usage of simple ICT tools can dramatically reduce the hours spent marking and at the same time intensify the learning process. The objective is to allow teachers to use formative feedback and marking strategies in ways that entice students into approaching areas where they may be struggling from different angles.
You're invited to join Moodle MOOC 4 from June 1 - 30, 2014 and learn to Moodle (Beginners) and/or improve your Moodle teaching skills (Non-Beginners) and about teaching with technology in fully online and blended platforms from the presenters of the MOOC. Participants will be qualify for a certificate of completion if they attend the live sessions and/or recordings, read the content, and complete the assignments (see courseware on WizIQ).
Doctor of Education
I am an English teacher who loathes marking papers. Endless hours with a pen as my only companion, and desperate sessions where students ignored the comments that I’d wasted my energy on made me think that there had to be better ways of doing it. The result was LangCorr – short for Language Correction. LangCorr is an organization that takes all the things that I don’t like about being a teacher and makes them meaningful, and thus it allows me to do the things I’m passionate about: namely spending time with my students and ensuring that they develop their skills.