The April 17 #LINCchat was all about listening skills and strategies. #LINCchat is not just for #LINC instructors; we discuss topics of interest to everyone teaching and working in English Language Teaching (#ELT). Thanks to @BCTEAL for posting the summaries here on the BC TEAL blog. Svetlana Lupasco (@StanzaSL) for keeping the questions coming during the chat. And thanks to all the participants and people who followed the hashtag and added to the conversation during and after the chat. You can grow your Personal Learning Network (PLN) by following these educators on Twitter.
Remember that there are many ways to participate in a #LINCchat. You are welcome to lurk by following the hashtag if you’re not comfortable participating in an online chat. You can search for the #LINCchat hashtag anytime on Twitter and read all the tweets there. If you’ve never been part of a twitter chat before, you can read all about How to Join a Twitter Chat right here on the BC TEAL blog or by visiting www.lincchat.ca. You also follow the threads of the conversation in the summary below. To read the summary, hover over the Twitter bird under the questions in the image below. Bonnie Nicholas (@EALStories) created this interactive image using Canva and Thinglink.
The #LINCchat team will be at the BC TEAL Conference on May 5! If you’re at the conference, we’ll be talking about Building Communities of Connected Learners and Educators using Twitter during the #edtech jam on Saturday afternoon. We’ll also be holding a special Saturday #LINCchat on building your #PLN during our session. Please join us at 1:30 Pacific, 2:30 Mountain, 3:30 Central, 4:30 Eastern, 5:30 Atlantic.
Bonnie Nicholas (@EALstories) is an enthusiastic participant in the bi-monthly #LINCchat as well as a member of the #LINCchat team along with Svetlana Lupasco (@StanzaSL), Jennifer Chow (@jennifermchow), Augusta Avram (@LINCInstructor), and Nathan Hall (@nathanghall). Bonnie teaches LINC at NorQuest College in Edmonton.