Focus on English as a Medium of Instruction

Course Description:

- Creating a meaningful and safe learning environment

- Identifying the topics to be covered in the learning process

- Integrating Flipped Learning for online learning optimization 

- Blending the Online Learning experience with technology

- Using TBL and PBL to lead learners to interactive learning. (Product Creation)

- Leading, Teaching, Managing using Google

- Integrating the teaching of the four skills (reading, writing, speaking, listening) of English

- Working with language skills development in a Flipped Learning online class

- Using graphic facilitation to drive the learning process

- Assessing the learning using CEFR Rubrics (Diagnostic, Formative and Summative)

Learning Objectives:

- Improving English Language skills for EMI

- Getting beyond the coursebook -

Participating and Leading a Brainstorming Session

- Integrating TBL and PBL into personal learning and teaching practice (Deeper Learning) - Participating in assessment loops during the online learning cycle - Using a Deliberate Practice Model for self-improvement - Assessing personal learning outcomes with Performance-based Assessment

Target Group:

- Teachers and trainers interested in improving their teaching practice

- Teachers working at state schools, universities, technical colleges, and language centers

- Teachers working in the secondary, tertiary, or corporate learning environment

- Owners of private language schools

- Directors of Language Departments

- Freelance teachers

Prerequisites:

- Workshop Language is English - Language Pre-knowledge is a minimum of B2+

- Attendance of the Tech Check meeting is required

 

Tech Requirements: 

- Good Internet connection

- PC or laptop, and smartphone

- Access to workshop materials will be sent via Email before the workshop takes place

- Participants are required to look over the pre-sessional materials and work out some of the tasks before the first online meeting.

- In order to optimize the online learning experience, participants should be ready to hit the ground running and to be ready to share their knowledge and task results.