Mobile Learning: Small Devices, Big Issues

By Flora, Coco, Manty, and Olivia   Source: Due to the skyrocketing development in IT, learning in the 21st century is not restrained in a fixed geographical location any longer. As the video shows, mobile learning has taken place in and out of the classroom. It is time to embrace mobile learning in our life! […]


Post by Brenda, Lily, Julie and Phoebe Introduction Technology‐mediated Language teaching at distance is now geographically widespread around the world as a well-established means of extending access and opportunities to language learners in both public and private settings. The feature of all forms of distance language teaching are that teachers and learners are physically separated, […]

On Becoming Facilitators of Multimodal Composing and Digital Design

Post by Krystal, Yvaine, Aria and Eva When you think about writing, what are the ideas that pop into your head? Are you still thinking about characteristics like sophisticated, long paragraphs, or closely related to paper? Probably yes. Under the influence of standardized writing tests, ESL learners are all familiar with the ongoing privileged format […]

A fun way? Learning through Digital Multimodal Composing (DMC)

By Ariel, Erin, Phyllis, Stefanie. “There are things I feel shy and difficult to speak directly about with English … Video production allowed me to accompany my on-screen narration with my favourite music. This make me feel more comfortable about English speaking …” (a student’s reflection on a DMC programme) Image Credit: cdd20 Pixabay License Do you encounter similar problems to this […]

Can you learn a language through online gaming?

by Tina, Cathy, Catherine and Ariel A screenshot of My Café. Image credit: Cathy Zhu What do you think of the screenshot above? Does it remind you of some experiences?             Hi, welcome to Tigerville! Our Township has gathered 12 residents of coffee-lovers from different countries. We share recipes, participate in coffee festivals and […]