Tipo de curso:
This series will highlight how online language instructors can use the Social Emotional Learning framework to engage students in the virtual classroom and enhance the experience and satisfaction of learning a language online. Topics will include highlighting learner self awareness, promoting self management and self motivation, expanding social awareness through online extracurricular activities, teaching responsible decision making through storytelling and building positive relationship skills in a supportive way.
Registration is FREE but required.
LAST DAY TO REGISTER for access to the live webinar series is February 24, 2022.
1. A screencast of these webinar sessions will be recorded and made available as an open educational resource in TED-Ed.
2. If you are plan to earn the digital badge, you should register no later than February 3, so you can meet the live webinar participation requirement.
Webinar Dates (Thursdays): Jan 27 | Feb 3 | Feb 10 | Feb 17 | Feb 24
2:00-3:30 pm (Hawaii Standard Time)
4:00-5:30 pm (Pacific)
5:00-6:30 pm (Mountain)
6:00-7:30 pm (Central)
7:00-8:30 pm (Eastern)
Integrating SEL in Online Language Classrooms & Promoting Self-Awareness with Students
Anne Marie Gunter (North Carolina Department of Public Instruction)
Xatli Stox (North Carolina Department of Public Instruction)
SEL and Engagement in Virtual Classroom
Shara Packman (North Carolina Virtual Public School)
Building Compassion and Curiosity in Online Learning
Yo Azama (California State University, Monterey Bay)
SEL in the World Languages Classroom: Developing Responsible Decision-Making through Storytelling
Alegría Ribadeneira (Colorado State University, Pueblo)
Beyond Basic Storytelling
Ed Bamford (Moon Area High School)
Fostering Community in an Online Learning Environment
Revae Bostwick (North Carolina Virtual Public School)
Raising Social Awareness Through Cultural Connections
Meaghan DeRusso (North Carolina Virtual Public School)
Sharing ASL Tools for World Language Teachers to Leverage
Jan Fried (Kapi‘olani Community College):
Positive Interactions in the Online Language Classroom to Improve Relationship Skills
Megan Ferry (Union College)