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JeffThis is the personal site of Jeff Lebow. I am not a very active 'blogger', but do spend a lot of time online building Worldbridges communities, teaching at BUFS, and LearningCall.  Currently, my 'bridge building' is focused on keeping Koreabridge chugging along and bringing Englishbridges back to life, but I also spend time webcasting at EdTechTalk, talking about webcasting at the Academy, MOOC'ing, and lately hanging out a lot with Google+.  Most of my content will posted elsewhere in the Worldbridgosphere, but I will sometimes post significant webcasts and project updates here. 

 

Conference Conversations and Photos from #kotesol2014

ELT Live 2 - Hows, Whats, and Whys (or why nots) of class websites

 
  
ELT  Live Webcast#2

 Hows, Whats, and Whys (or why nots)
of class websites and other online resources. 
September 2, 2014


Participants
Sunny Lim's profile photoStafford Lumsden's profile photoRobert Dickey's profile photoRob McTaggart's profile photoJeff Lebow (you)'s profile photoElizabeth Anne's profile photoDaniel Cross's profile photoDaniel Craig's profile photo

ELT Live - 'Start of the Semester - University Edition'

ELT  Live Webcast
'Start  of the Semester - University Edition'
August 28, 2014
A Group of University Instructors in Korea 'hangout' and discuss our approaches to the first week or two of classes and what projects and goals we're working on for this coming semester. 

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Participants
Jeff Lebow (you)'s profile photoLauren Harvey's profile photoSunny Lim's profile photoDaniel Craig's profile photobrian dean's profile photo

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Next Show: Tuesday, September 2, 2014  8pmKST, 1100GMT Global Times
Event Pages: Google+  
Topic: Hows, Whats, and Whys (or why nots) of class websites and other online resources.  


Chat Log Below

 

'Being ABLE to Teach Online' Presentation and Webcast


Moving courses online has the potential to engage students, improve learning outcomes, and make an educator’s job more interesting.  It also has the potential to frustrate learners, distract from course objectives, and make educators long for the days of chalk and erasers.  This presentation will focus on strategies and tools that can help us successfully integrate online components into our teaching.  
These will be broken into the following overlapping areas:

 

  • Archiving : providing access to teaching materials and students’ learning objects during and after a course

  • Broadening: expanding learning conversations and connections beyond the classroom

  • Listening: enabling teachers to more meaningfully tune in to what students are thinking and experiencing in their courses and addressing the age old challenge of having students pay better attention to what teachers are saying   

  • Engaging: introducing additional opportunities for students to interact with each other, the teacher, and third parties who have some connection to course materials.

The Twitter hashtag is #onlineable 

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Chat Log and Collaborative Presentation Notes Below

 

Back on the ETT Air with IHAQ

Favorite Pix of 2013

 (Album here, complete slideshow below)

Conversations at the 2013 KOTESOL International Conference



 

Conversations with presenters and attendees at
The 2013 Korea TESOL International Conference

More at: KoreaTesol.org    Koreabridge.net/kotesol2013   Tweets  Photos

 

Korean and Guest English Teachers Working Together Webcast


ELT Live:  Korean and Guest English Teachers Working Together
September 5, 2013


 Participants
Xena Dayoung Kim's profile photo
Mar Hee Jeon's profile photo
Evan Rachel's profile photo
Samantha Xol's profile photo
Jeff Lebow's profile photo
DayoungMarHeeMinjeeMinjiRachelSamanthaJeff



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Korean Public School teachers and  Guest English Teachers discuss cultural issues, teaching tips, and basic survival skills for surviving and thriving in school. 
 

A fun day at the beach - Black Eagles & Sand Fest

 I'm not especially a fan of glorifying military toys to the masses, but watching the Korean Black Eagles zip around Haeundae Beach was pretty impressive.  The Sand Festival and crowds at Korea's busiest beach were a whole other kind of amazing. 

The Revolution will be Humanized: The Glass Age Approaches

The Revolution will be Humanized: The Glass Age Approaches

May 27, 2013

Alexander Hayes's profile photoSteve Mann's profile photoJeff Lebow's profile photodave cormier's profile photoVance Stevens's profile photoMaria Droujkova's profile photoRob Perhamus's profile photoMattias Davidsson's profile photoMichael Coghlan's profile photo
 
Particpants; Alexander Hayes, Steve Mann, Jeff Lebow, Dave Cormier, Vance Stevens, Maria Droujkova, Rob Permanus, Mattias Davidsson, Michael Coughlin



 
 
Google Glass provides us all with a reason to question what it will mean to be interacting with our peers, family and loved ones through the fashion filter of a networked and location aware device. Body worn technologies such as Memoto and Autographer also join the list of data logging devices that we use to monitor and transmit data from our daily activities, either for health awareness, entertainment or myriad of other reasons.We discuss the benefits, risks and perhaps harm that may arise with the rollout of second generation intelligent (smart) wearable technologies in our society. 

 
 

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