The ASSOCHAM (Associate Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India) awarded IIT Delhi’s CCBM course conducted on WizIQ as the Best Use of Technology for Vocational Education and Skills Training. This award was given in the National Education Excellence Award 2013 ceremony held in New Delhi on April 9, 2013.… Read the rest
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As an online teacher, I am always developing professionally and seeking inspiration and know-how. Here is a list of books and resources for anyone aspiring to teach online, or for those already working online who want to continue learning from thought leaders in education.… Read the rest
Guess who has just joined the team of ambassadors at WizIQ?
The brainchild behind the Weekly English Workout (WEW) on WizIQ, Mr. Fluency MC, Jason R. Levine, has joined as the platform ambassador to WizIQ. The weekly English workouts (see Facebook page) are bringing joy to many families around the world as they practice their English language skills.… Read the rest
Some classes are about conveying information. Other classes are about rocking your students’ world.
These are some tools to rock
Until recently, when a professor wanted to engage his audience, he reviewed and refined his lectures till they were funny, dramatic, and factually correct.… Read the rest
What skills do teachers need to teach online? Does professional development at your college look like this? Notice the teacher presenting is on the screen teaching at a distance using WizIQ live online class, while a technical person and coordinator for the faculty training is sitting at the front of the class.… Read the rest
“Come fairies, take me out of this dull world, for I would ride with you upon the wind and dance upon the mountains like a flame”
William Butler Yeats
It’s time to let your students harness the wild winds of the web and immerse themselves in the extensive reading opportunities available online.… Read the rest
Certainly you remember the Lit Professor in college who saw symbolism in everything?
White was for purity and innocence. An owl referred to wisdom. The forest was “The human subconscious.”
Sometimes, literary analysis is a bit silly. Sometimes, though, the symbolic representations are clear and obvious to an experienced reader.… Read the rest