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Monday, May 18 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
[Webinar] Who, What, When, Where, Why, and Other Considerations for a Thoughtful Design of Blended and Online EFL Learning Environments LIMITED

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Designing the instructional climate for learning to occur in HE courses may not always (or ever) be an easy affair. Even for teachers who have received pedagogical training (not always the case in some areas of study) the type of training they received is/was generally focused on K-12 milieus. Designing instruction for higher education EFL students often proves new and challenging for all and can be especially demanding when both teachers and their students find the format of a course unfamiliar. Blended and/or fully online instruction offer a case in point. This webinar proposes getting back-to-basics and to review (for some) or introduce (for others) a number of fundamental considerations for examination in order to thoughtfully design a meaningful instructional/learning climate.

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avatar for Christopher Johnson Ed. D.

Christopher Johnson Ed. D.

Online Programs for Laureate Languages, Chile
Christopher P. Johnson, Ed.D., Manager of Online Programs for Laureate Languages, has taught, coordinated, and directed university EFL programs in Chile since 1999. He is keen to explore solutions to the challenge of teaching and learning EFL in blended and online formats. In an effort... Read More →