Preparing Language Classrooms and Teachers for Web 2.0

Friday, December 3, 2021
65 min watch

It can be difficult as a "Digital Immigrant" teacher when faced with a classroom of "Digital Native" learners - versed in skills we are barely aware of on media that didn't exist when today's teachers were training - to make sure lessons are engaging and have sustained impact and relevance.

Language schools' managers, administrators, as well as language teachers, and academic directors are welcomed to watch this webinar recording, as we demystify the evolution of the internet into ‘Web 2.0’ and provide help with the migration to a more modern style of technology-enhanced learning, as well as take steps to transform your language classroom and teaching to take advantage of new concepts, methods, and resources.

In this live instalment, we cover:

🔹 How the internet has evolved, where it is going, and how that impacts teaching and learning;

🔹 How to bridge the technical generation gap between Generation Z's Digital Natives and their educators;

🔹  Implementable and road-tested strategies for equipping a Web 2.0 learning space, including approaching BYOD, hybrid and online learning, and social media, as well as resources language teachers and schools can confidently deploy in the classroom to increase student engagement and impact of their lessons;

🔹 The case study of Edugo.AI's platform, as a possible and practical solution to embrace technology in your language classroom.

Meet Robert Hanley, academic manager, trainer, and innovator in educational technology and game-based learning; as Quality Manager at Atlantic Language, Robert develops systems and provides training for Atlantic's exploration of the potential technology-enhanced learning; and Edugo.AI’s Founder & CEO, Giuseppe Tomasello, who's worked with language schools and international schools globally as support for each institute's unique transition to online education.

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