Creating Online Interaction in Language Learning

One of the biggest challenges in online teaching and learning is to create genuine interaction with and between your students. During this course, you will learn about useful technologies and methods you can employ in your own online classroom. By activating your students and creating genuine interaction in your online class you will create an inspiring environment for high-quality learning!

Skills you gain

How do I flip a classroom?

How can I use collaborative methods online?

Which technologies would be easy to use to produce audio and video?

How can I bring my students together for online interaction?


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16 hours

Tarmo Ahvenainen

12,99 €

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Creating Online Interaction in Language Learning

12,99 €

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  • Language teachers
  • English

Achieving a certificate

This Micro Course is assessed on the scale Pass/Fail. Receiving a certificate via email requires completing all mandatory activities, and at least 50% of them correctly.

Does this Micro Course interest you? This is what to do!

  1. Click on the Add to Cart button.
  2. Pay for the Course according to the online store instructions.
  3. You’ll receive emails from Edufication. If buying for the first time, please follow the link in order to change your password.
  4. Go to your Edufication Learner Profile and proceed to the Claned learning platform, take the Course within 6 months and enjoy learning new.

About the instructor

Tarmo Ahvenainen

Tarmo Ahvenainen, Principal Lecturer, PhD (Applied Linguistics), M.A. (English philology and Russian). He has researched communication strategies in interaction when English is spoken as a lingua franca and face theory in connection with language skills. He has more than 30 years’ language teaching experience and has run intercultural communication workshops both at Xamk and at several international partner universities in different countries.

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