"Bloom's Taxonomy or Zoom's Taxonomy? Planning for Hybrid/Virtual Language Teaching with Meredith White"
|When||November 23, 2020 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM |
|Contact Information||Center for Middle Eastern Studies |
|Description||Description: Participants will be charged to reflect on the planning, teaching, and feedback routines and habits that make their now hybrid or virtual language class a memorable experience for students rather than just memorized content. In the context of large, diverse classes, Meredith will share the high-leverage habits that make can-do and proficiency-based language teaching enjoyable, effective, and centered on the ACTFL Six Core Practices. (Participants will receive all files used during the session to then, in turn, edit to fit their own needs.) |
Other: Session in English, examples in Spanish
Bio: Meredith White earned her B.A., B.S., M.Ed., and Ed.S. all in World Language Education from the University of Georgia. Her focus on novice learners works to ingrain proficiency, authentic resources, genuine tasks, student-guided thematic units, and making language learning enjoyable. When she isn't at PRHS teaching Spanish, she's at Georgia State University teaching educational methods classes or presenting/attending state, regional, and national workshops. Passionate about sharing and collaborating with other teachers, she blogs, moderates the PLN #langchat, and serves on the GGC College of Education Advisory and SEALLT Executive Boards.
|Categories||Conferences/Lectures, K-12 Programs, Workshops, International |
|Persons with disabilities who need an accommodation in order to participate in this event should contact the event sponsor for assistance. |
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