Vol.2, No.2, Winter 2011
Participants in all E-Teacher courses create unique, individual projects as part of their course work. These projects include materials and concepts from the courses which participants have chosen to apply in practical and appropriate ways to their local educational settings.
Each term, E-Teacher instructors select projects of exemplary high quality to be published in PDF format, with each author’s permission, on this section of the website. The projects in this Gallery serve as work samples for prospective E-Teacher educators and as concrete evidence of participants’ success.
Course: English for Specific Purposes (ESP), Best Practices, UO AEI
- Author: John Qiang Wang from Liming Vocational University, Quanzhou, China.
Project: College-to-Corporation Training Program.
- Author: Kallia Katsampoxaki-Hodgetts from University of Crete, Greece.
Project: First Year EAP Chemistry.
Course: Methods I, Best Practices in TESOL, UMBC
- Author: Z. Zuhal Güven, Selcuk University, Konya, Turkey.
Project: Healthy Living: Food for Thought.
Course: Methods II, Developing EFL Literacy Through Project-Based Learning (PBL), UO AEI
- Author: Angeliki Anagnostopoulou, Kalamata Second Chance School, Kalamata, Greece.
Project: Working E-portfolios Within the Second Chance School Framework.
- Author: Diego Ojeda Alvarez, Instituto de Educacion Secundaria La Zafra, Granada, Spain.
Project: Solar System Scale Model Final Action Plan.
Rizki Israeni S. Nur, Universitas Negeri Makassar, Indonesia.
Prawtiwi Retnanindyah, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia.
Yusri Fajar, Universitas Brawijaya, Malang, Indonesia.
Project: Digiclass Website.