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October 04, 2011
The Language Centre has good reason to provide diverse ways of communicating - the process of communication is at the very heart of our teaching and learning experience. Over some years now we have tested many systems and have selected tools that allow our tutors and students to communicate in a range of ways according to the context and the communicative purpose. Asynchronous communication through voice boards captures a discussion for review and reflection; voice email allows direct spoken messages to travel through your inbox, synchronous formal communication can happen in one of our live classrooms and , most exciting yet, our instant messaging system connects course participants so they can collaborate at a distance. These tools provide 21st century solutions to a very old problem that is also a very important human need, the need to feel that we are not alone. The human voice is a very powerful tool, we should use it in online environments to support our learners. HEA funded research project ExAEF found that "formative audio feedback significantly enhances the student learning experience, improves their opportunities for flexible learning, and promotes good pedagogical practice". Clearly for languages it also helps us model second language use and provide opportunities to hone emerging language skills.
This presentation was delivered online to Edulearn 11:
June 15, 2011
Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/ldc/tlshowcase2011
The 2011 Teaching and Learning Showcase which is taking place on 29th June will feature presentations from some of the Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence winners including: Jonathan Heron, Teresa McKinnon, Nick Monk and Paul Taylor.
The key themes of the Showcase are:
- Students as Producers
- Student Engagement
There will also be discussion on teaching and learning in a post-Browne era.
For the full programme and book a place please visit: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/ldc/tlshowcase2011