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Online Tutor
27-Feb-2006, 11:16
i want to teach English grammar wia electronic whiteboards (blackboards), but I didn't find such suitable web tool.
I mean the online boards on which I can write and explain grammar. etc. So which I can use as a real whiteboard in online teaching.
Thank you in advance!

patsensei
27-Feb-2006, 11:25
Hi. My first choice would be to try MSN messenger. It has a white board. and also a chatting tool. You can have more than 2 people in the conversation as well. It also has a video conference function if you wish. Maximum is 2 people for that though.
Advantage is most people already have this software installed on their computer. Good luck :-)
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explorelang
07-Mar-2006, 15:01
Hi,

Skype, Yahoo messenger or msn messenger can be used.

HowToTeachEnglishOnline
25-Oct-2007, 23:58
Hello,

I really like Skype the best for my online English school. It's great all around. I'm going to be writing a blog post later today about how to use Skype to help organize your online English school. If you want to learn more about how to teach English online, let me help you...

Is there anything else I can do to help you?

Warm Regards,

John Buchanan

John007
31-Oct-2007, 10:42
i want to teach English grammar wia electronic whiteboards (blackboards), but I didn't find such suitable web tool.
I mean the online boards on which I can write and explain grammar. etc. So which I can use as a real whiteboard in online teaching.
Thank you in advance!

I'll give you some advice,

LEARN TO SPEAK ENGLISH BEFORE YOU TRY TO TEACH IT!!

Your post is full of bad grammar and spelling,

Elena vabishchevich
09-Nov-2007, 12:07
Oh, you merciless native speakers! :-D

ddeubel
11-Nov-2007, 04:13
John,

Tone it down or stuff it! I find those who make comments such as your own are the types who value petty things over learning and their students are the worse for it. Pity 'em.

Elena,

You ask a valid question and I'll ask many of the teachers from around the world who participate in our education/technology forum. You might also ask the question at Classroom 2.0 (http://classroom20.ning.com) - a site dealing with technology and teaching....some great minds there! have you tried such a simple tool such as voicethread? It is awesome but might not be as hightech as you need. But you could post pictures and have conversations around them by voice, illustrating grammar points.....

David
EFL Classroom 2.0 (http://eflclassroom.ning.com)

abra
11-Nov-2007, 15:28
what's a voicethread?

Horsa
18-Nov-2007, 09:55
VoiceThread - Group conversations around images, docs and videos. (http://voicethread.com/#home)

Can't say I've used it though.;-)