OLAC Record

Title:When Teaching is Learning: A Personal Account of Learning to Teach Online
Access Rights:open access after registration ; rightsHolder = Thierry Chanier ; Christophe Reffay ; Marie-Laure betbeder ; Maud Ciekanski ; Marie-Noelle Lamy ;licence = http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/
Audience:Researcher or teachers in educational sciences or linguistics
Bibliographic Citation:Lewis, T. (2009). When Teaching is Learning: A Personal Account of Learning to Teach Online. LETEC Corpus in the Copeas collection. Chanier, T. (editor). Mulce.org : Clermont Université. [oai : mulce.org:mce-copeas-reflexive-tutor-all ; http://repository.mulce.org ]. Corpus linked to the following publication: Lewis, T. (2006) When Teaching is Learning: A Personal Account of Learning to Teach Online. CALICO, Vol 23, No. 3, May 2006.pp 581-600 [http://calico.org/html/article_110.pdf ]
Conforms To:IMS-CP for packaging
Contributor (author):Lewis Tim
Contributor (depositor):Chanier Thierry
Contributor (editor):Chanier Thierry
Contributor (researcher):Lewis Tim
Creator:Lewis Tim ; Chanier Thierry
Date Created (W3CDTF):2009-04-22
Description:This LETEC corpus provides research data based on an article which addressed educators who find themselves facing the need to develop their e-teaching skills, with little or no formal training or institutional support. It explores how this can be achieved using the notion of ‘teacher autonomy’ in combination with standard professional development measures for language teachers. The article recounts an attempt to develop my own e-teaching skills, within the framework of an 8-week collaborative project. In the course of this project, I learned to use synchronous audiographic conferencing software (Lyceum, as developed by the Open University (OU), U.K.) in combination with an asynchronous virtual learning environment (WebCT) to teach English for specific purposes to a group of 14 Masters degree students in a French university. Largely unfamiliar at the outset with the pedagogic use of the software, I consider how critical analysis and reflection (by means of a teaching journal) can be used in combination with observation by a ‘critical friend’ to inform pedagogic decisions in pursuit of a nondirective approach to teaching and learning. I also address the affective dimension of such a process, especially the stresses to be dealt with by the novice tutor in a multimodal environment. Where there are limits to the approach adopted, I identify those limits.
Extent:75000 ko (+ 500000 extra)
Format (IMT):text/html
Identifier (URI):http://mulce.univ-bpclermont.fr:8080/PlateFormeMulce/VIEW/PUBLIC/03/VMeta.do?adr=Copeas%2FCorpus_objets%2Fmce-copeas-reflexive-tutor
Language (ISO639):eng
Publisher: Mulce (MULtimodal Corpus Exchange) ; Université Blaise Pascal ; Clermont-Ferrand:France ; URL:http://mulce.org
References:Lewis, T. (2006) When Teaching is Learning: A Personal Account of Learning to Teach Online. CALICO, Vol 23, No. 3, May 2006.pp 581-600 http://calico.org/html/article_110.pdf
References (URI):http://calico.org/html/article_110.pdf
Rights (URI):http://lrl-diffusion.univ-bpclermont.fr/mulce/metadata/vdex/mce_licence.xml
Spatial Coverage (ISO3166):FR
Spatial Coverage (TGN):7008356
Subject:Audiographic ; Autonomy ; Online ; Pedagogy ; Reflection
English language
Data processing
Computer-assisted instruction
Language and languages
Study and teaching
Subject (ISO639):eng
Subject (LCSH):Education
Subject (OLAC):applied_linguistics
Temporal Coverage:name=Copeas course ; start=2005-01-17; end=2005-03-08
name=Copeas research protocol ; start=2004-11-04; end=2005-04-21
Type (DCMI):Dataset
Type (Discourse):dialogue
Type (OLAC):primary_text


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Citation: Lewis Tim ; Chanier Thierry. 2009. Mulce (MULtimodal Corpus Exchange) ; Université Blaise Pascal ; Clermont-Ferrand:France ; URL:http://mulce.org.
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Country: United Kingdom
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