American English Webinar 4.6 - Webinar Title: Classroom 2.0: Tools for Digital Learning
- America House (map)
In this webinar we will investigate the terminology and tools surrounding digital learning: Flipped. Blended. Hybrid. BYOD. Each of the main forms of digital learning will be explored alongside a variety of tools that you can utilize to support your students, deliver content, and create engaging activities in both face-to-face and distance learning contexts. New to digital learning? No problem! The presenter will offer tools and techniques for teachers with all levels of experience in English Language Teaching.
Jeff Kuhn is a PhD candidate in the Educational Technology division of the Patton College of Education at Ohio University and instructor in the departments of both Linguistics and English. Jeff taught EFL in Japan and served in Peace Corps Mongolia as a teacher trainer before receiving his MA in Linguistics. He worked as a consultant on the U.S. Department of State’s Trace Effects, a video game for English language learners around the world. Jeff has presented on the use of games in the classroom at E-Tech Ohio, TESOL, and CALICO, His research interests include: Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL), games and learning, and second-language writing.
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