This webinar is hosted in English
Jason R. Levine will discuss Teachers Teaching Online: Building a MOOC in WizIQ
WizIQ has new features that allow teachers to organize and teach MOOCs on any topic and to every kind of learner. The presenter will share his experiences creating and running a MOOC to showcase teachers' online teaching skills.
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
For several years, Jason R. Levine has been developing an approach to ELT based on songs that he writes and performs as Fluency MC. These songs, called ColloTunes, promote the acquisition and use of collocations to improve proficiency in English. They focus on areas of grammar and vocabulary learning that teachers typically find difficult or boring to teach. Jason makes videos of his songs and various supplementary materials. He posts the videos on YouTube and promotes them on Facebook, where he is an active administrator of a number of ELT/ELL groups and pages.
After earning an MA in TESOL from Hunter College in 1999, Jason taught at several schools before becoming director of curriculum development for Embassy CES. Then, in 2002, he co-founded a TOEFL prep and English conversation school for international students in Manhattan. he is currently academic director of CAMPUS Education, a group of privately-owned English language schools based in New York City.