Welcome to DiLL training! We've put together this training course to introduce DiLL to new teachers.
Training is divided into the following sections:
What is DiLL? How does it work?
Introduction to the student software.
Opening the teacher and student applications and logging in.
Using DiLL "classroom groups" to manage multiple DiLL labs.
How to create a voice connection in DiLL.
How to monitor/listen to students.
How to speak with students.
How to pair and group students in conversation.
How to quickly go around the room listening and speaking with individual students and pairs/groups.
How to move and select students in the teacher interface.
How to undo or redo your actions in DiLL.
How to allow students to form conversations on their own.
How to make a live classroom announcement.
How to monitor & control students' computer screens.
How to lock students' computer screens.
How to log students out of their computers.
How to capture and save student recordings.
How to capture student recordings against non-audio stimuli.
How to send students an audio file to listen and record responses to.
How to administer a listening or speaking assessment with the entire class simultaneously.
How to record group conversations.
How to create and assign homework.
How to share a website or online resource with select students or the entire class at once.
How to access, playback, and download student recordings.
How to upload audio files to the DiLL Server.
How to record your own audio lesson.
How to manage (rename, delete, mark private) lesson audio files already uploaded to the DiLL Catalog.
How-to administer an AP® Language or Music exam in DiLL.
Example classroom activities collected from the DiLL community.
Activities to help students practice their direct communication skills.
Activities to help students practice their one-way listening and reading skills.
Activities to help students practice their formal presentation skills in spoken and written form.
Activities to help assess students' abilities and learning progress.
DiLL how-to's - example: how to create a series of self-guided tasks in DiLL.