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CALL-IS Webinar Series: "Evaluating and Assessing Students when Teaching Fully Online: New Approaches to an Old Problem "

  • 1.  CALL-IS Webinar Series: "Evaluating and Assessing Students when Teaching Fully Online: New Approaches to an Old Problem "

    Posted 19-04-2020 11:14
    TESOL CALL-IS cordially invites you to attend the webinar "Evaluating and Assessing Students when Teaching Fully Online: New Approaches to an Old Problem" with Russell Stannard.

    Date: Sunday April 26, 2020.
    Time: 11:00 am / 3:00 pm GMT

    Please join this webinar from your computer, tablet or smartphone. Go to the CALL Interest Section-TESOL YouTube Channel. Use the following links: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChnWYx1ZGtHnzzpV5t98J4Q or https://bit.ly/call-ischannel

    Then, go to the video that says "Live" Session and has the title of this webinar. Click the play button and enjoy it!

    Note: Use the following time converter to find the time of this webinar in your country: Time Zone Converter - Time Difference Calculator


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    Mary Allegra
    CALL IS - Steering Committee
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  • 2.  RE: CALL-IS Webinar Series: "Evaluating and Assessing Students when Teaching Fully Online: New Approaches to an Old Problem "

    Posted 26-04-2020 07:13
    Dear Colleagues,

    Unfortunately, I cannot join this webinar which is extremely important today.
    I don't see any webinar today titled "live"   What might be a problem and 
    what to do?
    I would like to try to join the next session at 3 pm if I know how to do that.

    Thanks,

    Irina Yunatova,
    St.Petersburg Russia





  • 3.  RE: CALL-IS Webinar Series: "Evaluating and Assessing Students when Teaching Fully Online: New Approaches to an Old Problem "

    Posted 27-04-2020 02:34
    Hi!
    The recording of the session is available here: https://youtu.be/l_tbrAJa2Q0. \
    Hope this helps.
    Regards

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    Cherry Philipose
    Assistant Professor
    SSN College of Engineering
    India
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  • 4.  RE: CALL-IS Webinar Series: "Evaluating and Assessing Students when Teaching Fully Online: New Approaches to an Old Problem "

    Posted 27-04-2020 12:39
    Hi all,
    I missed this webinar. Is there a recording of it?
    Thank you,
    Ha.

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    Ha Nguyen, M.A.
    Fulbright Scholar, 2014-16
    Toastmaster VP PRs, NSLS Community Service Chair
    Doctoral Candidate, Teacher Education and Learning Sciences (TELS)
    NCSU College of Education
    Poe Hall 317
    Raleigh, NC 27695
    htnguy13@ncsu.edu
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  • 5.  RE: CALL-IS Webinar Series: "Evaluating and Assessing Students when Teaching Fully Online: New Approaches to an Old Problem "

    Posted 28-04-2020 00:50
    Hello, Ha.

    Thanks for your interest in the most recent CALL-IS webinar.  You can find this recording-along with recordings of other IS webinars and convention sessions-here on the CALL-IS YouTube channel: https://tinyurl.com/call-is-youtube. This webinar video is currently the featured content item on the channel. Feel free to follow the channel to get notifications of uploads in the future.

    Best wishes,
    Heather


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    Heather Benucci
    CALL-IS Co-Chair Elect; Materials Development Specialist
    U.S. Department of State (Independent Contractor)
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  • 6.  RE: CALL-IS Webinar Series: "Evaluating and Assessing Students when Teaching Fully Online: New Approaches to an Old Problem "

    Posted 29-04-2020 06:39
    Hi all,

    I was thinking about this and I noticed you said you didn’t want to pass the costs on to your students. Yet they are the ones cheating!

    Is there a way to leverage that? To say, look I know people are using translation apps. If you keep doing that, I’m going to make you all [Insert lengthy, difficult routine like they have to take video of themselves taking the evaluation or type it into an expensive app?]. Perhaps that could be a deterrent?

    Another thought is to talk about how translation apps aren’t perfect. I know google translate has gotten way better but I did used to demonstrate how easy it is to make mistakes with translation software, and how maybe it wasn’t their best method.

    Just a thought.

    Walton


    Freelance Writer and Editor
    www.waltonburns.com
    www.alphabetpublishingbooks.com




  • 7.  RE: CALL-IS Webinar Series: "Evaluating and Assessing Students when Teaching Fully Online: New Approaches to an Old Problem "

    Posted 29-04-2020 13:40
    Hi Heather,
    This is wonderful. It is so neat to have everything in one place. I have subscribed to the channel.
    Thank you a lot for the information!
    Best,
    Ha.

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    Ha Nguyen, M.A.
    Fulbright Scholar, 2014-16
    Toastmaster VP PRs, NSLS Community Service Chair
    Doctoral Candidate, Teacher Education and Learning Sciences (TELS)
    NCSU College of Education
    Poe Hall 317
    Raleigh, NC 27695
    htnguy13@ncsu.edu
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