You can listen to the episode, or follow links to your preferred podcast platforms, here. Many thanks to Myles Klynhout and Elina Paatsila for their contributions.
NB all views expressed on the podcast are the individual opinions of the contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of SLB as a cooperative.
SLB webinar on teaching online
This was run by Anita Derecskei, James Venner and Sean Hutchman, and covers teaching with Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Flipgrid. A video of the event can be viewed here.
Interview with Myles Klynhout
- How Chinese students shut down an online learning platform.
- Lesson plans by SLB teachers on Freeed (requires free sign up)
- Gilabert, R., & Castellví, J., 2019. Task and Syllabus Design for Morphologically Complex Languages. In J. Schwieter & A. Benati (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Language Learning (Cambridge Handbooks in Language and Linguistics, pp. 527-549). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781108333603.023
- Post by Myles on Freeed: Teacher Isolation – Where can support be found for English Language Teachers around the globe? (requires free sign up)
- Philip Kerr’s post on TEFL, platform capitalism and coronavirus
- DELTA & DipTESOL – Candidates & Survivors Facebook group
- Finnish Nightmares
Interview with Elina Paatsila
Many thanks to Elina for taking part, and apologies to her for the time it has taken to get this episode ready! Here are some of the key links from her chat with Myles.
- Positive Learning Finland: www.positive.fi
- The Sitra fund: //www.sitra.fi/en/themes/about-sitra/
- The cards Myles had in his hand during the interview with Elina: ‘See the Good! Books and Cards’ //positive.fi/#book
Finally, Elina refers to the following publications:
- Fredrickson, B.L. 2009. Positivity. CA: Three Rivers Press.
- Fredrickson B.L. & Losada, M.F. 2005. Positive affect and the complex dynamics of human flourishing. American Psychologist, 60(7), 678