Online learning has expanded learning opportunities to virtually anyone with an internet connection, but how do we ensure the individual learner is still at the heart of the class?
With the accelerated adoption of online learning, understanding how to engage the individual online learner and manage the classroom has never been more critical.
During this webinar we discussed:
- How to use constraints and creativity to engage students
- Key activities for video and audio
- How to use participation tools
- Zooming out- Keeping students engaged
- Principles of online task design
- Procedure for creating online tasks
Jill Hadfield: Author and teacher trainer
Jill Hadfield has worked as a teacher and teacher trainer in Britain, France, China, Tibet, Madagascar and New Zealand, run short courses and seminars for teachers in many other parts of the world and worked as consultant for the UK’s British Council and Department of International Development, writing materials for and reviewing aid projects in Africa. She has written over forty books for teachers, including the Communication Games series, Classroom Dynamics and the Oxford Basics series. These have been translated into a total of 17 languages. She has also written two travel books : Watching The Dragon and A Winter in Tibet and a novel, Postcards from Babel. Her book Interaction Online , co-authored with Lindsay Clandfield, was short-listed for both the Ben Warren Prize and the ELTons Awards for Innovation in Teacher Resources. Her latest book, Live Online Teaching, co-authored with Lindsay Clandfield, was published last year.
About our partner: NEAS quality assurance
The NEAS Quality Assurance Framework establishes and upholds high standards, supports centres in demonstrating quality in their programs and services, and provides guidance in continuous improvement processes.
NEAS has certified E2’s products and endorsed them due to their high-quality English learning standards.