AMERICA HOUSE MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE
For English language teachers
The MOCC includes 6 asynchronous assignments, 3 webinars and a final project.
Participants who complete all assignments, participate in all webinars and submit the final project will receive a certificate of completion.
- your name,
- your occupation,
- your school and
- the online tools you are familiar with.
Recommended online tools to complete this assignment Canva, Crello, Fotojet, Piktochart or any other online tool you prefer.
|Watch the ”ENGAGING STUDENTS IN MEANINGFUL LEARNING ACTIVITIES” webinar created by National Geographic: https://bit.ly/2K7tc5C.
Study the slides attached to the webinar: https://bit.ly/34Bzm7z.
Answer the questions below post your input in the comments section on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/242296346916542/?active_tab=discussion:
|This week participants explore several web tools that work as online interactive notice boards. They choose one of the tools recommended in the list below, create one assignment for one of their classes and post it in the comments section as a JPEG or PNG attachment. To complete this task, participants will work with Crello, Canva, Piktochart or Fotojet. https://www.facebook.com/events/242296346916542/?active_tab=discussion :
AWW https://awwapp.com is a Web whiteboard touch-friendly online whiteboard app that makes drawing, collaboration and sharing easy. Great for younger students.
|Tricider https://www.tricider.com is a social voting tool. You can ask a question and invite students to share their votes and opinions.
Lino.it https://en.linoit.com a colorful collaboration online board and sticky note service that can be used to post memos, to-do lists, ideas, and photos anywhere on an online web canvas. Ideas for teachers: https://drive.google.com/…/fol…/0B2MLl-2qq8mGdFE1TUQtMFY1SGc
Open Board https://openboard.ch/index.en.html is an open source cross-platform interactive whiteboard application intended for use primarily in schools and universities. User Guide: https://openboard.ch/download/Tutoriel_OpenBoard_1.5EN.pdf
iDroo https://idroo.com/about connects thousands of students with teachers for real-time collaboration all over the world. Many tools to choose from.
|This week participants explore several web tools that can help teachers create interactive activities.
Participants will choose three of the tools recommended here, will create three activities and post all three links in one comment on our Facebook page.
|1) Purpose Games https://www.purposegames.com/
2) GoConqr https://www.goconqr.com/
3) Knowt https://knowt.io/
4) EdPuzzle https://edpuzzle.com/home
5) Jeopardy Labs https://jeopardylabs.com/
|This week participants will experiment with online tools that can help them create interactive games, quizzes, tests.
Each participant will choose three tools from the list, will create three interactive activities and will post them in the comments section.
| 1) Triventy http://www.triventy.com/
2) Quizizz https://quizizz.com/
3) Quizalize https://www.quizalize.com/
4) Plickers https://get.plickers.com/
5) Goformative https://goformative.com/
6) Testmoz https://testmoz.com/
|This week participants will learn how to register a video lesson using various screen recorders.
Their task is going to to be creating a short, 3-5 min video lesson and post the link in the comments section.
|1) Loom https://youtu.be/11pfvBNsXkA
2) Screencastify https://youtu.be/v7uScletiPc
3) Screencast-o-Matic https://youtu.be/s1jIPo1bWCo
|This week participants will learn how to use a lesson planner. They will choose a topic from their curriculum and create a lesson plan that will include various online tools studied during this MOOC.
2) Register a free account on http://educatieonline.md/Registration
3) Create a collection for that lesson: post there all the links from your lesson plan: videos, interactive exercises, quizzes, etc.
4) Post the link of your collection here, in the comments section. For example: http://educatieonline.md/Collection…
5) Leave a comment to 3 other colleagues regarding their collections – what did you like about their resources? Good luck, everyone!
|In the last week participants will share their impressions regarding the online tools studied during this MOOC.
They will explain how the course helped them diversify their teaching portfolio by means of video comments via FlipGrid.