[Air-L] looking for a English course running next year in SL or in 3D Virtual World
airong.wang at miun.se
Mon Dec 5 13:12:32 PST 2011
Reply to Michael and detailed request to all.
Thank you for your reply.
Though I am looking at the virtual language learning from didactics point
of view, my special interest is to see how participation is influenced by
various factors, which include teachers' role. I have some references for
language learning in virtual worlds, if you like, I would love to share
By the way, I am very appreciated that if you and others know any English
course in SL or in another virtual world (by English course I mean English
is used as the communication tool, but not necessarily a course to learn
or teach English), I am very appreciated that you would like to share with
I am also waiting response from others who know any course of this kind.
On 12/5/11 6:37 PM, "Havice, Michael" <michael.havice at marquette.edu> wrote:
>I'm responding to Airong Wang's request.
>I am investigating how to teach in virtual worlds. While didactic
>approaches appear more easy to accomplish in virtual worlds; I am looking
>into how teachers might use active learning or problem based learning
>strategies to engage students.
>Airwong Wang: Contact me if you would like to share theories and
>methodologies you are investigating.
>michael.havice at marquette.edu
>Of course, I am interested in conversations with anyone researching how
>to teach/learn in virtual environments.
>Dr. Michael Havice
>Broadcast & Electronic Communication
>Marquette University, USA
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>[mailto:air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org] On Behalf Of Wang Airong
>Sent: Monday, December 05, 2011 2:07 AM
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>Subject: [Air-L] looking for a English course running next year in SL or
>in 3D Virtual World
>I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Sweden majoring in subject didactics. I am
>looking for an English course running in Second Life or in another 3D
>virtual world to collect data for my doctoral thesis. I am very
>appreciated that if you know a course of this kind, you would like to
>share some information with me.
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