We know teachers around the world are facing new professional challenges, including teaching virtually for the first time. At National Geographic Learning we want to help them continue to bring the world to their learners, no matter where they are. Using our growing schedule of webinars, library of webinar recordings, and blog posts, we have created a new page of Online Professional Development Resources for teachers required to teach online for the first time.
National Geographic Learning is collaborating with The College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University to deliver a special three-part webinar series called Online Teaching for English Teachers. Drawing on their research and teaching experience, Drs. Joan Kang Shin and Jered Borup from George Mason University share practical tips for breaking through your screen and engaging your English language students in ways that improve their learning and makes your students feel part of a supportive learning community, even when attending classes online.
A DOZEN TIPS FOR ENGAGING STUDENT IN ONLINE ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING
REGISTER FOR PART 1
Engaging Students in Meaningful Learning Activities
REGISTER FOR PART 2
Making Your Screen Come Alive
REGISTER FOR PART 3
Building a Supportive Learning Environment
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