Posts Tagged With: dialoque

What happens is what’s important

Some years ago, one of my beloved tutors introduced these Clarke’s (2003:40ff.) assertions to us. I thought I could share it with you: Continue reading

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1st week

So. The first teaching week is moving slowly to its end and, I should say I was very happy to be back to regular teaching after a very long period of summer holidays. The students finally Continue reading

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First synchronous lesson

 

Today we had our first synchronous lesson via Vyew. Most of us were comfortably sitting at our home computers with a cup of tea, just Oleg was at work. Continue reading

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Distance learning: advice to a newbie

Несмотря на тот ряд преимуществ, о котором говорилось в предыдущем посте, дистанционное обучение имеет особенность, которая для многих студентов является большим недостатком. Continue reading

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