April Summary of Substantive Discussions in the LINCS Integrating Technology group

Hello colleagues,

In case you were too busy to participate in March or April, here are four substantive discussions in the context of moving instruction online. Join in one these discussions or others here now if you can.

Innovation under pressure

Posted by David J. Rosen on April 3rd. As of May 9th: 7 comments and 1188 Views

A few colleagues have already contributed to this discussion about Innovative online instruction during the current pandemic; the conversation continues and we would love to hear from others.

Educator vs. Personal Accounts on Zoom and Google

Posted by Jennifer Kluempen on April 4th. As of May 9th: 15 comments and 2153 Views

Preparing for and offering adult basic skills online during the pandemic

Posted by David J. Rosen on March 9th. As of May 9th: 133 comments, 19,627 Views

This conversation, too, continues. We have many participants, and welcome others. Check it out and weigh in on some of the posts and replies.

WhatsApp & More for Adult Learners

Posted by Nan Frydland on March 27th.  As of May 9th: 35 comments and 3478 Views. Read about one ESL teacher’s experience learning to use and doing amazing teaching with a free app called WhatsApp. Join in the dialog with other teachers. You’ll learn a lot, and Nan and others will appreciate hearing about useful ways you have found to use WhatsApp in English language teaching.

David J. Rosen, Moderator

LINCS CoP Integrating Technology and Program Management groups