Evonline 2004 Becoming a Webhead finished last week – this online workshop, which I would call more of a jamboree because of its friendly and informal atmosphere, connected about 120 teachers from all over the world.
For 6 weeks, we had speakers presenting their work, we interacted and collaborated daily, sharing a variety of synchronous and asynchronous tools, finding ways and possibilities to innovate in the EFL classrooms so as to better engage our students in fulfilling their goals.
Our moderators, Dafne Gonzalez (Spain), Teresa d’ Eça (Portugal), Susan Nyrop (Denmark) and Maria Jordano (Spain) provided us with a “rich tapestry of experience”, as one of the participants put it.
Webheads in Action is more than a community of practice. It is a warm, open and nurturing environment where you meet people who not only work hard but also care and share with the others their love for knowledge.
I would like to thank you for inviting me for the chat and for the incredible six weeks we spent together sharing what we know to provide our students with what is best in EFL and help them in their learning process.
“All for One and One for All”!
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to meet and interact with vital allies who are working locally and globally for innovation and change in their classrooms. Let’s keep in touch, exchanging materials, suggestions and ideas!
Congratulations on the huge success and participation! It is an honour to belong to such an enlightened, creative and dynamic community!