reading about teaching online: a collection of links (3)


(in addition to other resources on this blog, ex. for French grammar) adding this here as this is the webcast I’ve been following consistently for the longest, and it’s a good solid classic model that’s centred on the knowledge, with as main rhetorical tool / prop a knowledgeable lively engaging friendly speaker. That, and art and craft, are worth more than any expense thrown at all that is slick, shiny, and superficial. That human touch and the active living breathing mind behind it? Priceless.

Class Is in Session: The 16 Best Sites for Online French Courses
(the difference worth paying money for: individual attention and interaction)
(OU French ab initio to A2: note structure)
(OU B2: note final assessment as oral interview)
(restructured courses with 1:12 ratio of in person:asynchronous independent individual learning)
(OU free resources)


NOT JUST FOR MEDIEVALISTS (that is: if you think you’re not a medievalist, you’re just a medievalist-in-waiting; everyone is a once and/or future medievalist):

Some Considerations for UBC’s Transformation to Online Learning

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Videoconferencing Alternatives: How Low-Bandwidth Teaching Will Save Us All

Continuité pédagogique aux fraises

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