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Made in Japan solutions for emergency remote teaching
This presentation will introduce three software services designed to facilitate online, hybrid, blended or face-to-face language teaching and learning: Record MP3 Online, LingoLab.Live, and TeacherTools.Digital. Each of these services was created by language teachers currently living and working in Japan and offer a number of solutions to the problems brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Record MP3 Online enables teachers to administer online speaking assignments via a URL and store the submissions in a central folder. LingoLab.Live is online real-time multiplayer quiz game (similar to QuizletLive or Kahoot) which students can join by smartphone or computer. TeacherTools.Digital is a mobile-friendly content authoring platform that enables teachers to create assignments that challenge learners in all four skills areas: speaking, listening, reading and writing. What makes each of these platforms unique is that no student registration or login is required, which significantly reduces the time and effort required for onboarding. The presenter will provide an overview of each service and provide tips and insight as to how they can be utilized effectively within the classroom.
Made in Japan solutions for online teaching
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Here are links to the three 'made in Japan' platforms I will be discussing during my presentation... https://recordmp3online.com/ https://www.lingolab.live/ https://www.teachertools.digital/
Elton LaClare - Made in Japan solutions for emergency remote teaching
Elton LaClare is an Associate Professor at the Sojo International Learning Center at Sojo University in Kumamoto, Japan. His research interests include Learning Management Systems and online platforms for language learning.