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Session 15: Using Moodle in teaching academic english to international students preparing for a university education – Lennox room, level 1

Teaching English to International students who are about to embark on their tertiary education requires a considered approach, encompassing listening, speaking, reading and writing. As a result this presentation will firstly focus on discussing second language acquisition theories that are now applied to Moodle so that practical activities can be developed to support the teaching …

Session 7: Designing eLearning environments for reflection: Applying Moon’s preparation guidelines – Lennox room, level 1

Preparing students to reflect is one of the key elements of reflective learning. Although the importance of preparation before reflection is clear, it takes a long time and thus it affects the planning and structure of academic experience, learning timing and duration. As a result, researchers suggest creating online ways to facilitate reflective preparation practices. …

Session 3: Making Connections: Using a Multimodal Approach to Enhance Communication Skills – Lennox room, level 1

Successful relationships are built on meaningful connections. Using 360 degree technology, digital platforms and realistic patient-centred interaction, students were able to negotiate the complexities of communication in a safe environment and build confidence in their own abilities. A multimodal technology-enhanced approach was used to explore the development of building meaningful connections with people through artefacts …