TESL Ontario is developing the TESL Ontario YouTube Channel to provide members with a libaray of video tutorials, video lessons and other video resources designed for TESL professionals. There are three new video series' that are being developed by TESL Ontario for members including:
The TESL Exchange series was created to highlight the fantastic ELT Professionals in our community. In a short 5 to 15 minute-long video, presenters share a skill, activity, application, or any other topic they believe will be of use to others in the field. The concept of this series is to replicate the exchange of ideas that often happens in a vibrant community of practice. These “how-to” videos are meant to be inspiring first-steps for ELT Professionals to explore and experiment.
Format: After being introduced by a moderator, presenters deliver a detailed presentation about a very specific area or topic. They very clearly explain how to go about something in particular such as how to use an application, how to do a classroom activity, or how to organize important documents. The video usually has a practical example which allows for the viewer to see or try this new skill out themselves.
One new TESL Exchange video will be released each month. The videos will be posted on the TESL Ontario YouTube Channel in a dedicated TESL Exchange Video playlist.
|TESL Exchange Video Title||Presenter Name||Release Date|
|Using Extensive Listening to Promote Vocabulary Acquisition||James Papple, OCELT||October 15, 2020|
|Order in the Online Classroom||Brenda Kestenberg, OCELT||November 12, 2020|
|Privacy Settings on Google Classroom||Rabia Rashid, OCELT||December 17, 2020|
|Using Volunteers and Zoom Breakout Rooms in your "new" Online Class||Karen Hilderman, OCELT||January 14, 2021|
|A Captivating way to visualize content Online||Shauna A. Gupta, OCELT||February 4, 2021|
|Documentary Filmmaking in the ESL Classroom||Leanne Johnny, OCELT||February 25, 2021|
Each month, the TESL Ontario YouTube team releases an original content video produced and created by our innovative volunteers. In each video, a team member explores a topic from their individual point-of-view. The result is a uniquely authentic piece of work that intimately reflects the imaginings of a TESL Ontario member and volunteer. These relatable pieces are then put on YouTube for all to enjoy and reflect on.
Format: TESL Perspective videos can take the form of website or textbook reviews, informal discussions, interviews, or informational videos. Any topic that is relevant to ELT professionals can be explored in a myriad of ways in this video series.
One new TESL Perspectives video will be released each month. The videos will be posted on the TESL Ontario YouTube Channel in a dedicated TESL Perspectives Video playlist.
|TESL Perspectives Video Title||Presenter Name||Release Date|
|Self Care||Kathleen Moran, OCELT||October 29, 2020|
|Hindsight is 20/20- Part 1, 2 & 3||Celine De Almeida, OCELT||November 26, 2020|
|Note Taking: Theory and Practice||Kathleen Moran, OCELT||December 29, 2020|
|Learning styles in the online classroom||Celine De Almeida, OCELT||January 19, 2021|
|Review: Linguahouse.com||Celine De Almeida, OCELT||February 9, 2021|
|Review: Bublup.com||Celine De Almeida, OCELT||March 9, 2021|
The TESL Resources-to-Go video series is a video library of lesson planning resources by TESL professionals sharing their resources with the TESL community.
Videos will be released regularly, and posted directly to the dedicated TESL Resources-to-GO Video playlist.
|TESL Resources-to-Go Video Title||Presenter Name||Release Date|
|Business English||Elena Vitz||December 10, 2020|
Have Something to Share?
TESL Ontario continuously accepts proposals for TESL Exchange videos throughout the year. Proposals will be reviewed by the Exchange team, and if approved the presenter will be contacted to make arrangements for the development of the TESL Exchange video.
Visit our Become a Presenter webpage for more information.