Zoom Real-time Meeting to Learn about the Media Library of Teaching Skills
I plan to set up a 40-minute Zoom (real-time, online) meeting sometime the week of November 13th or early in the week of November 20th to introduce those who are interested to a free, video-based professional development website called the Media Library of Teaching Skills (MLoTS). I will be joined by Owen Hartford, the MLoTS videographer and website designer. Owen and I are the co-hosts of the MLoTS website and authentic adult basic skills (including ESL/ESOL) classroom video project. In the Zoom online real-time meeting I will provide an overview of the website. I will then show a short, authentic classroom video (under 5 minutes) that is hosted on the website and on our MLoTS YouTube channel, and we will have a discussion about how to use the MLoTS website for adult basic skills teaching professional development.
If you are interested in joining this Zoom meeting, which will be held in an afternoon or early evening time (EST) between November 13th and 21st, email me the following information: your full name, role in adult education, (if you are a teacher) what you teach, what town and state you work in, and your time zone and I will send you a Meeting Doodle invitation. Once you get the invitation, immediately complete the Doodle. Before November 13th I will email you the chosen date and time, based on the Doodle responses, and I will include instructions on how to join the Zoom meeting.
This will be a great professional development opportunity for those interested in experiencing Zoom real-time online meetings, and/or those who are interested in the Media Library of Teaching Skills project and website, and/or for those who would like to meet other LINCS CoP members online in real time.
I hope you will be able to join us! If you are interested, email me now.
Please note that this is not a LINCS-sponsored activity.
David J. Rosen