The workshop are free for all presenters and participants.
Teaching online effectively as well as innovatively has always been a challenging issue for teachers in general and for prospective teachers in particular since the beginning of COVID-19 Pandemic. This workshop aims to introduce some creative tasks and activities for diverse language proficiency levels in order to engage students in on-line classes. Participants will experience hands-on activities and will have opportunities to reflect on each and every game.
What does an educator who teaches online need? Is teaching online an art? If so, in what ways can it be considered an art? In this online workshop, the presenter will provide you with some practical tips of web-based synchronous and asynchronous teaching along with examples of how you can humanize the use of available course books for online language learning. Participants will enjoy the benefits of creating a tool kit for their online teaching including apps and websites they need to use to complete the process of learning. Moreover, along with the teaching approaches best suited for a virtual environment, teachers will get a chance to discuss appropriate activities to engage their online language learners more.
In this interactive webinar, the facilitator will introduce technology affordances to boost learners’ confidence and enhance their reading and writing ability. Online resources for completing reading and assignments, tools for creative writing, news websites for critical reading, and noticeboards for maximizing collaboration will be shown in this session.
Are you interested in knowing how delivering courses online can improve your teaching and offer unprecedented learning opportunities for your students? Do you want to know what you will be up against as you plan and deliver your classes online? Online education has become a prefer option to obtain a degree at a convenient learning schedule. But, not all online students complete their online education program.
According to Class Central, there were 110 million people in the world enrolled in online courses in 2019. A recent study (by Justin Reich from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and José A. Ruipérez-Valiente from Complutense University of Madrid) found that of those who register for a course, 52% never even look at the courseware. Moreover, the dropout rate reaches a whopping 96% on average over five years.
Naturally, most of the responsibility for overcoming this challenge falls on the students, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do to help them thrive in online classes. In the session, we’ll go through most common reasons why students fail online learning. This checklist will be useful for eLearning business owners, and anyone involved in online teaching who wants to enhance the eLearning experience for their students.