An invited talk at Collaborative Innovation Center for Language Ability, Xuzhou, China

台湾师范大学特聘教授篮玉如博士来访中心并作学术讲座

123日,台湾师范大学应用华语文系特聘教授篮玉如博士来访中心并做了题为 Language learning in virtual worlds: 

embodied, immersive and interactive的学术讲座。讲座由江苏师范大学语言科学学院党总支侯家旭书记主持。

 篮教授的学术讲座主要介绍了语言学习,特别是虚拟情境下语言学习平台建设和研究的最新进展。讲座分为三个部分,首先是介绍台湾师范大学科技促进语言学习实验室的主要研究,然后是介绍虚拟环境下语言学习的成效及利用神经科学方法对学习效果的研究,最后篮教授对各种语言虚拟学习平台的开发及应用情况和前景进行了概述。篮教授的讲座内容丰富,特别是讲座中列举了台湾地区二语语言学习和语言教育的实例,贴近目前语言学、教育学和心理学研究的前沿和现状。在教育信息化的大背景下,篮教授致力于语言教育和二语学习信息化平台的开发和应用,对于语言学界如何参与教育信息化、如何开发有价值的语言学习平台,如何实现语言学研究更加接地气等都有较高的参考价值。

 本次讲座也是中心与中心依托平台联合举办的第十届研究生学术论坛的系列专家讲座之一,篮教授在讲座的互动提问环节还利用自己20年的小学教育经验以及求学经验和研究经历,勉励在座研究生同学,超越自我,实现理想。

 

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Great LATALL 2015!!

LATALL 2015, a 2-day workshop, that provided new insights into the trends of learning analytics, pedagogical technology adoption, and technology enhanced language learning in the era of big data. Researchers and educators brainstormed some ideas of how and what kind of mechanisms would be highly innovative and effective in practical applications of learning analytics, acceleration of technology adoption in education, and learning modes of language acquisition in the big-data era. All the topics discussed and the solutions explored were very interesting and inspiring.

To know more about it visit:

The website where you can find the details about the workshop: LATALL 2015 Website

Our space dedicated to the workshop after concluded: After the Workshop

We added two new tools!

Two more tools have been added to the e-learning R & D / Tools page. Take a look at them!



Teaching Plan of Teaching Package 2- Who Ate the Cookies

The Teaching Plan of Teaching Package 2- Who Ate the Cookies is a design of the contents to be taught based on the topic, “Who Ate the Cookies?” Students are divided into two groups, the Information-Gap Task Group and the Reasoning-Gap Task Group and are requested to complete the same mission with different methods.



Chinese Learning Motivation Questionnaire

The Chinese Learning Motivation Questionnaire is a research instrument consisting of 31 questions for the purpose of gathering information about students’ motivation for learning Mandarin Chinese.