Teachers often have a wealth of ideas to motivate students in their learning. The meetELT ‘Take it off…the page!’ Melbourne event gathered a few of these ideas into one night of sharing.
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Athanassia Iosifidou looks at how schools are engaging adult ESL learners in the community, to understand how they can be supporting students more in their education.
Jonathan Brown considers computer-based applications which can complement speaking and listening activities in the classroom.
Amanda Johnson-Toala, Executive Director at the University of New Hampshire GSSP, discusses the ways of initiating cross-cultural reflection.
Karen McRae explores debating as a form of assessment that brings together a range of academic and social skills for non-English speaking background students.
Alyce Hogg provides educators the skills and tools to help students navigate the online sphere effectively to debunk false, misleading and biased content.
Lisa Lindquist of Richard Bland College of William and Mary demonstrates how hands-on activities can help students develop their writing skills.
One of the difficult things about teaching speaking is that you can’t see it. MeetELT’s ‘Speakeasy’ event tried to take the intangible nature of speaking and turn it into something a little more practical.
Nine Navitas staff were recently awarded HEA Fellowships. They join a growing community which now includes 100,000 HEA Fellows from 88 countries.
Dan O’Donohue shares quick tips to make Moodle pages easier to read for students, teachers and administration.
Robert Daudet and Sharla Reid showcase ‘Navitas NA – Recipes for Success’ – a box of recipe cards with initiatives for improving the student experience throughout the student lifecycle.
Dr Lincoln Gomes reflects on the benefits of internationalised PD in bringing teacher communities together through shared experiences.
Rachel Maissan and Fiona Perry discuss the development of a revised peer observation process, the Digital Peer Observation process.
Dr Catherine Sicurella shares tips for when and how to revise new material to effectively retain information.
Kat Karaivonova shares three tools and some practical suggestions to help with formative assessment in the classroom.