Online Teacher Basic Skills: How To Share Your Screen On Skype, Hangouts, and Zoom

Just like any other profession, being an online teacher requires developing certain skills.  One of those skills is to be able to share your screen when you are in a session using Skype, Hangouts, or Zoom (the three more commonly use video conference apps.) If you are new to online teaching, watch the video below…

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LangFest – The Montreal Language Festival – August 25-27 – #MtlLangFest17

Langfest

I am so excited that I will attend LangFest this year! The Montreal Language Festival, or “LangFest” for short, is North America’s premier celebration and conference for language learners and enthusiasts of all levels. LangFest 2017 will take place on the weekend of August 25 – 27, 2017 at Concordia University’s downtown campus in beautiful,…

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How to get started with new online ESL students by Kris Jagasia from Off2Class

How to get started with new online ESL students by Kris Jagasia from Off2Class

How to get started with new online ESL students   My name is Kris Jagasia and it is a pleasure to be posting on the #onlineteachersummit blog! When Paulino invited me to contribute to the community he requested that I focus on a teaching theme rather than a marketing or entrepreneurial theme. He had heard…

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Three Tips for Going LIVE by Michael DiGiacomo

Going live, whether it’s YouTube, Periscope, Facebook, or any of the other popular platforms, seems to be all the rage this year. And rightfully so. As business owners looking to connect with customers and potential customers, live is place where we can engage in real time with the world. I’ve done almost 100 live events…

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How To Create Unique Online Programs In 4 Easy Steps by Elena Mutonono

How to create unique online programs in 4 easy steps - Elena Mutonono

 Milton Glaser, the designer of the famous “I <3 NY” ad campaign, shared once about struggling to draw his mother’s face. He was shocked to discover that even though hers was the face he’d seen the most, he couldn’t find a way to sketch it. “We’re always looking, but we never really see,” he added.…

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Thank You For A Great Summit: Next Steps

Thanks a lot for a wonderful, fun and successful 2017 Online Teacher Summit.  It was an honor to work with all of you.  Preparations for the next summit have started (April 2018!) but in the meantime here is the plan for our #OnlineTeacherSummit community to stay connected.     Emails: You will receive emails once…

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