CEFR has settled rules for determining students' language levels. Yet what is the relation between it and assessment? What are the new clarifications/descriptors added through the recently published CEFR revisions? Can these really promote teachers' assessment of their students' classwork and their lesson plans as well? Is there a place for technology also? Let's look it up!!
Do you want to engage the content, each other, and you? Do you want to control over what your students do in the classroom? Do you want to have discussions, activities, and quizzes? Do you want your students to record their voices, create videos, write, and add images? Do you want your students to learn from audio and Youtube videos? Do you want to be able to organize the content and evaluations (grades) in one place? Do you want to award your students digital badges and certificates, then this session is for you.
M4TEVO19 session will take place on the latest Moodle 3.5 website with Zoom and WizIQ for the live online classes. You will learn how to add content, develop activities, and engage learners. They will work collaboratively to design and develop their own Moodle course. You will learn to communicate online, create video tutorials using screencast-o-matic and learn and teach your students how to learn by teaching.
Designed by Dr. Nellie Deutsch, Nezaket Özgirin, and Sibel Taskin Simsek, “QR Codes in Action” is a session for teachers who want to explore how QR Codes could be useful in motivating learners and teachers. If you are one of these teachers, but do not know how to create and use QR codes in your classes, please feel free to join us.
Participants of Teaching EFL to Young Learners TEFL2YL EVO19 will learn about and create activities for English to Young Learners and Teens from around the world using storytelling, board games, action songs, and limited resource classroom activities.