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TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS THROUGH VIDEOCONFERENCING. Possibilities and restrictions

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TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS THROUGH VIDEOCONFERENCING. Possibilities and restrictions

Descripción

Procesos de enseñanza aprendizaje, Videoconferencia, British Council Remote Teaching Centre Uruguay, Teaching Procedures, Videoconference, British Council Remote Teaching Center Uruguay

Resumen

The purpose of this article is to share with all those interested in language teaching and learning, part of our videoconferencing (VC) experience at the British Council Remote Teaching Centre in Uruguay. It is my objective to tackle some issues related to the difference between teaching through VC and the traditional face-to-face fashion. Thus, I will explore some of the common areas between the two and refer briefly to the impact this new technology, and the class management model used to deliver the Ceibal en Inglés programme (Team Teaching), have had on the intellectual and emotional experience of some of our Remote Teachers (RTs). The British Council Remote Teaching Centre Uruguay delivers around 1800 English Lessons per month through videoconferencing to public schools all around our country. We are very young in the project as the centre was launched in March 2015 so our experience is still restricted. All our remote teachers have received training at our centre in order to start off in this new modality but they have all been building their own style as months went by. Some of them have shared their experience for the purposes of this presentation at the Foro de Lenguas, evoking some features of the practice of ELT through videoconferencing that seem to be common to many practitioners in the centre. In this context, this article is an account of events, perceptions, ideas and experiences that are worth sharing with the community and not an approach to formal research. It aims at future reflections and might trigger research questions to be developed either by teachers or researchers but its spirit is more social than academic.

Fecha de publicación

2015

Tipo de documento

Other reports

Citación

De los Santos, A. (2015). TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS THROUGH VIDEOCONFERENCING. Possibilities and restrictions, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Autor
DE LOS SANTOS, Adriana-
Fecha de lazamiento
2016-12-21T18:07:17Z-
Fecha de publicación
2016-12-21T18:07:17Z-
Año de publicación
2015-
Ficha tecnica
De los Santos, A. (2015). TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS THROUGH VIDEOCONFERENCING. Possibilities and restrictions, Montevideo, Uruguay.
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http://docentes.aprende.edu.mx/desarrollo-profesional-tic/itemDigital/20/index.html
Descripción corta
Procesos de enseñanza aprendizaje, Videoconferencia, British Council Remote Teaching Centre Uruguay, Teaching Procedures, Videoconference, British Council Remote Teaching Center Uruguay
Descripción
The purpose of this article is to share with all those interested in language teaching and learning, part of our videoconferencing (VC) experience at the British Council Remote Teaching Centre in Uruguay. It is my objective to tackle some issues related to the difference between teaching through VC and the traditional face-to-face fashion. Thus, I will explore some of the common areas between the two and refer briefly to the impact this new technology, and the class management model used to deliver the Ceibal en Inglés programme (Team Teaching), have had on the intellectual and emotional experience of some of our Remote Teachers (RTs). The British Council Remote Teaching Centre Uruguay delivers around 1800 English Lessons per month through videoconferencing to public schools all around our country. We are very young in the project as the centre was launched in March 2015 so our experience is still restricted. All our remote teachers have received training at our centre in order to start off in this new modality but they have all been building their own style as months went by. Some of them have shared their experience for the purposes of this presentation at the Foro de Lenguas, evoking some features of the practice of ELT through videoconferencing that seem to be common to many practitioners in the centre. In this context, this article is an account of events, perceptions, ideas and experiences that are worth sharing with the community and not an approach to formal research. It aims at future reflections and might trigger research questions to be developed either by teachers or researchers but its spirit is more social than academic.
Número de paginas
5 p.
Lenguaje
en
Categoría
PRÁCTICAS EDUCATIVAS
Título
TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS THROUGH VIDEOCONFERENCING. Possibilities and restrictions
Tipo
Other reports
Estatus
Revised
Palabras clave
New Ways of Knowing, Learning, Teaching and Evaluate
Aparece en las colecciones
Colección Digital Fundación Ceibal

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