- Speaker: Shaun Wilden
- Date and Time:
16th April 2020, 14:00-15:00 BST
Getting ready for your first online lesson.
In the second webinar about live online teaching we move from looking at the equipment needed to how working online differs from the physical classroom. While you and your students might be in the same online space somethings won’t work quite the same way.
Getting ready for your first online lesson.
In the second webinar about live online teaching we move from looking at the equipment needed to how working online differs from the physical classroom. While you and your students might be in the same online space somethings won’t work quite the same way. For example how do you do pair work or address aspects like listening. Over the course of the webinar we’ll look at some of the features that most online rooms have and look at ways we can exploit them in our lessons. We’ll also consider how approaches such as flipped learning might play a part as well as some free additional tools we can use to supplement our online classroom. Finally we’ll look at how we can put them all together to make for an effective and productive online lesson.
Date and Time
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16th April 2020
- UK (UTC) 14:00 - 15:00
- UAE (GST) 17:00 - 18:00
- Japan (JST) 22:00 - 23:00
- Brazil (BRT) 10:00 - 11:00
- New York (EDT) 09:00 - 10:00
Shaun Wilden Shaun Wilden has been involved in English language teaching for nearly thirty years and teaching online for over a decade. He is the Academic Head of training and development for the International House World Organisation and runs their online teacher development site. These days he specialises in technology and language teaching. He also teaches digital literacy at the University of Oxford. His latest book “Mobile Learning” was published in 2017 by OUP and was nominated for an English Speaking Union award. He is a trustee of IATEFL. For a hobby he makes a podcast for ELT teachers, the TEFL commute. Other than that he enjoys playing table top games.
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