Teaching Different Age Groups Online
In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of relating to what is going on in your students’ worlds according to their age group. We will learn how to look back at when we were their age and wonder what appealed to us then and if it will still resonate with them today. We will also look at ways to effectively engage the age groups you are teaching by keeping your lessons meaningful, relatable and above all… fun!
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Keeping Connected: Leveraging Body Language as Your Virtual Superpower
Discover how to use body language as a superpower to elevate your communication and increase productivity.
This presentation covers the must-haves when virtually communicating and provides you with tips and tricks for reading and engaging students online.
Interact and Engage! Activities for Engaging Virtual Teaching
Learn what you can do to be successful in the virtual environment. The speaker discusses design considerations to discover how engaging online teaching activities build engagement, how to determine the appropriate level of interaction to create effective live online learning, and more!
Inspiring Apprentices: The Master Teacher’s Toolbox
As language teachers, we want our students to communicate with others to understand and be understood in their new language. In this workshop, we will consider the apprenticeship model and its applications to our teaching and explore some tools of the masters to help make your learning stick, as you help your students progress along the continuum from beginner to expert communicators.
How to Implement Instructional Strategies for English Language Learners
ELLs can experience anxiety which prevents them from moving forward in their learning, and often this goes unnoticed by the teacher. This workshop will offer participants the opportunity to understand the mindset of the English Language Learner while building a repertoire of classroom strategies.