Friday, February 29, 2008

Another ESP graduate course is over

My dearest graduate students:

Another English teaching/learning experience has come to the end. It is the proper time to evaluate it and share our opinions about it. To have students from different fields working together is always fascinating. Every student usually gives a special flavor to the course, and so did you. How wonderful this experience has been! I really enjoyed it. It would be great to keep our memories here, don't you think? Well, this space was been created with that purpose in mind.
If you've taken any of the English Academic Reading courses at the Graduate School of the FHE-UCV, please feel free to share your English learning experience, reflect about your language learning process and let us know how you felt working with other graduate students who belonged to many different areas. You may give some suggestions to future students.

Thanks God for giving me the chance to meet you all!

Picture by Andreinatje

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Are you an EUS student? Would you share your Moodle experience with us?

Moodle, Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment, is a free software e-learning platform. It is also known as a Course Management System (CMS), Learning Management System (LMS), or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Due to its enourmous potentiality for interaction and easy-to-manage modular organizational design, Moodle has become one of the most used teaching resources all over the world, especially by educators and universities that offer totally online or blended courses.
During the last three semesters, we've been using Moodle to offer the English III course within the EUS program of the School of Education; time enough to hear the students' voices about Moodle advantages and constraints, if any.

Would you kindly share you experience with us?

You may either post your comment or record it in the Voicethread. If you choose the second option you will need a microphone and a headset. Feel free to use English or Spanish!

Monday, February 18, 2008

My annual courses 2004-2005 and 2005-2006 at the Education School

Dear students from the annual courses 2004-2005 and 2005-2006:

Here is a space to keep our class memories. You are invited to leave your comments and opinions about our English class. What do you remember? What was the best moment? Any recommendations to those who study English by using the Web tools? You may write either in English or Spanish, as you feel more comfortable.

Course 2004-2005

Course 2005-2006