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Access teachers from Edinet, Hincesti, Taraclia and Soroca joined the "EFL Blogging School for Moldovan Teachers " Project, Edition II.

October, 16 2015

From October 2015 to February 2016, 4 Access teachers joined the "EFL Blogging School for Moldovan Teachers " Project, Edition II. The project is financially supported by US Embassy to Moldova and successfully implemented by the American Councils for the International Education; aiming to train 25 Moldovan EFL teachers from the regions to integrate blogs in their teaching practice.It represents a successful continuation of the "EFL Blogging School for Moldovan Teachers - Edition 1" Project, implemented in 2014.

This way, during 5 months the project will equip Moldovan regional teachers with the necessary skills to use online tools, such as blogs, to enhance their English language teaching experience. Participants will learn how to engage students in online projects and raise up their interest in studying English using online tools.

Thus, by the end of the project, participants will have experimented with creating a class or school blog, inviting members, posting and editing entries and commenting on other blogs.

In addition to that, participants will have looked into comment management, template personalization and will learn how to enhance their class or school blog using other online tools, such as Voki, Animoto, Pow Toon, Google Polls, free online dictionaries, DVolver, Listy and many more.

 

Visit the "EFL Blogging School for Moldovan Teachers" Project, Edition 2  project blog to find more details.


 

 

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