Online teaching: What is different, and how can I adjust?
Are you frustrated with online teaching? Are your students confused too? All of a sudden, you were told to teach English online. And, you don’t know when you can go back to the classroom and teach face-to-face.
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In this situation, the right mindset may be to consider online-teaching as a new teaching platform and develop skills to maximize learning opportunities in that platform. But, what skills?! How do I set up the classroom environment? How do I facilitate students’ engagement? How do I support their linguistic development?
Join our webinar with host Silvina Zapata, the Director of the Master’s in Teaching English as a Foreign Language Program at Universidad Andrés Bello in Santiago, as she explores these questions with Dr Masatoshi Sato of the Faculty of Education and Social Sciences. He is a Professor in the Master’s in Teaching English as a Foreign Language Program at UNAB—an expert in instructed second language acquisition. He has conducted a number of research studies in the Chilean context. Professor Sato shares his experiences and knowledge related to videoconference teaching, L2 motivation, and corrective feedback, among others. Participants are encouraged to prepare and ask questions during the webinar. Open to all EFL teachers across Chile.
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Masatoshi Sato (PhD: McGill University) is a Professor at Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile. His research agenda is to conduct theoretical and practical research in order to provide practitioners with evidence-based pedagogy. His research interests include peer interaction, corrective feedback, learner psychology, L2 motivation, metacognition, and research-pedagogy link. In addition to his publications in international journals, he co-edited volumes from John Benjamins (2016: Peer Interaction and Second Language Learning), Routledge (2017: The Routledge Handbook of Instructed Second Language Acquisition; 2019, Evidence-Based Second Language Pedagogy), and Language Teaching Research (2021: Learner Psychology and Instructed Second Language Acquisition). His co-authored textbook with Shawn Loewen (A Practical Guide to Second Language Acquisition) from Cambridge University Press will appear in 2021.
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