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21st Century tools and Skill for Virtual Learning

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Session Title: 

21st Century tools  and skills  for virtual learning 


Logo:Image result for virtual learning\


Abstract: .

This presentation focuses on possibilities related to using Virtual Reality (VL) for

the purpose of language learning. VL tears down the walls of the classroom

and immerses its user within a world that looks, sounds and feels as real as it

gets without actually being there. Through live demonstrations, participants

will be able to identify the benefits and possibilities that VL brings to the

classroom of the 21st century. Attendees will take part in a series of tasks that

will emphasize the effectiveness of VL for the promotion of collaboration and

critical thinking within an ELT context.


Target audience:This paper will try to deliver important information on teaching and learning using digital tools and 21st century skill.As whole,it is good message to all educators who really want to replicate  model and trends of 21st century for effectiveness in teaching and learning to enable students to defend complicated circumstances through skill and critical knowledge learning from virtual learning and world.     



Session objectives: Participants will be able to comprehend and develop skill in following criteria

 1.Able to comprehend  notion of teaching and learning in 21st century

2.Able to comprehend reality of education in digital age through using technology and its integration in teaching and learning.

3.Able to use digital tools for implementing virtual learning tearing traditional system of schooling and learning process ..

4.Participate in digital game connecting a lot people in once time for constructing knowledge and information through global participation.  




Syllabus: Identification of technological teaching and participate to participants in learning and sharing through digital technology globally.   



Week 1: Remember to plan time for get-acquainted introductions and practice with session tools as appropriate during the first week. Be as specific as you can at this stage of your planning.


13-19 Jan. 2019


Week 2:


20-26 Jan. 2019


Week 3:


27 Jan.-2 Feb. 2019


Week 4:


3-9 Feb. 2019


Week 5: Be sure to plan time in your syllabus for  wrap-up and session evaluations. Don't start a new project or topic in the last week.


10-16 Feb. 2019


Media: How will you communicate with participants during the session? Write in all that apply. (You don't need all of them!)  Be as specific as you are able at this stage. You may make changes during the training session. Remember: you may not require participants to pay for using these platforms. Participation in EVO is free. If you have no idea which platforms you will use, write We don’t know yet.


  • Interactive space (group/community/forum)
  • Content space (where your syllabus, readings, and videos will be) 
  • Live meeting space (for synchronous events/webinars)



Other technology tools:Digital tools,as Nearpod, Kahoot. googleclass .Quizizz and Quire,Creating Moodle for creating virtual class 

Suggested sponsor(s): Sponsors are professional associations who would be willing to advertise your session in their elist or newsletters, and who would help create an audience for your session and an interest in EVO participation. (No money or other physical support is requested!) TESOL Interest Section(s) or affiliate(s), IATEFL Special Interest Group(s), or other group(s) who could sponsor your session, such as JALT, KOTESOL, or AVEALMEC. N.B.: The EVO Coordination Team will arrange for TESOL-IS sponsorship, but please tell us which Interest Section you feel would be most likely to sponsor your session. For non-TESOL organizations, we ask that you list all likely sponsors, but please confirm sponsorship with them yourself after your proposal is accepted.

Moderators: Fill in the table on the page you have created for all session moderators and co-moderators. You can change or add to the list later. Co-moderators are expected to take part in the training session along with moderators.


Name (last, first)

Email address

Location (country of residence)

Biodata (not more than 50 words)  


Hom Raj khadka 



Hom Raj khadka is English language instructor and International presenter.He has done a lot research on using technology in ELT  and currently using digital technology  integrating with curriculum and pedagogy and contents as well .

He is extensively involve in greatly use of 21st century skill in teaching and learning process.

He has complete Master in English and e and distance learning.



Govind Prasad Pokhrel 



English language teacher and Instructor 













Primary Contact (just one, please): 

The primary contact is responsible for getting all moderators into the training session, and for communicating deadlines, special events like our live webcasts, and other information to moderators.



Statement of commitment: On your own session page, each moderator should type the words "I agree" followed by his/her name to show understanding of and acceptance of the following statement:


I understand that session moderators are required to participate in the 5-week moderators' training session from October 21 until November 18, 2018. The EVO session will be offered between January 13 and February 17, 2019.  I understand that EVO sessions are free of advertising and no commercial sponsorship is allowed. Finally, I understand that EVO sessions are free and open to all, and that no academic credit may be given for participation.


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