|Event End Date||29-08-2021|
|Registration Start Date||15-08-2021|
|Cut off date||28-08-2021|
In this webinar, the main speaker- Dr. Nguyen Thu Le Hang will share a couple of applicable approaches to designing effective teaching-learning activities based on the available syllabus and connecting with learners and personalising their learning, in order to achieve the objectives of the lesson and the course, as well as the long-term outcomes of the education programme. The theories introduced to teachers in this talk include Design thinking, Experiential learning cycle, Post-method pedagogy and Personalised learning. These theories accompanied with specific examples will help young teachers be more confident in their syllabus using and lesson designing.
Also in this webinar, the guest speaker-Dr. Le Thi Hong Duyen will share some stories and her teaching experience regarding applying “Empathy”, which has been mentioned in Design Thinking by the main speaker.
Key words: Personalised learning, Design thinking, Experiential learning cycle, Exploring the syllabus
|Event End Date||20-06-2021|
|Registration Start Date||02-06-2021|
|Cut off date||19-06-2021|
|Event End Date||20-12-2020|
|Registration Start Date||08-12-2020|
|Cut off date||19-12-2020|
Good learning materials are keys to success in language classroom. This webinar reviews some principles of evaluating internet resources on five common criteria including authority, objectivity, accuracy, currency and usability. Besides, the webinar helps English teachers to prepare learning materials more effectively by introducing simple free online tools like ED Toefl iBT, Rubistar for Teachers, YouGlish, Lyrics Training, Rewordify, Wordle, Tubequizard etc. and several resourceful TESOL websites through hands-on activities. The webinar is useful for K-12 teachers who are trying to enrich their language classes with interactive, engaging and fun internet-based learning activities.
|Event End Date||25-10-2020|
|Cut off date||25-10-2020|
Drawing on Littlewood’s continuum From focus on forms to focus on meaning (2002, p.322; 2013, p.14), this webinar aims to review and open a discussion on the pedagogy accompanying some of the current curricula in use at secondary ELT in Vietnam. The webinar will start with an analysis of the continuum in relation to CLT and TBLT – the teaching approaches in practice at Vietnamese schools. Variations of curriculum design and class activities will be addressed in this section. In the next two sections, textbooks and lesson plans from the mainstream curricula (i.e. the Tieng Anh series by MOET) and some others in use at private schools will be reviewed against the continuum to examine their focuses and thus, their potential for communicative language learning. Finally, a discussion on variations for implementing the textbooks prescribed in current secondary ELT settings will be open. Ideas and opinions in how to teach communicatively using the textbooks and materials available are welcome from the webinar panel and the audience.
|Event End Date||30-08-2020|
|Cut off date||29-08-2020|
In this webinar, we would like to go through a complete process of conference participation from preparation (selecting a conference, getting acceptance for a conference, finding financial support, arranging accomodation and travel) to on-the-day attendance (presenting a paper, attending a presentation, and networking). We will share information to help you understand the process and some tips that you can take actions for your coming conferences.
|Event End Date||21-06-2020|
|Registration Start Date||03-06-2020|
|Cut off date||21-06-2020|
The workshop primarily aims to get the participants understand the structure of a conventional abstract; draft proper abstracts, using key information provided; compose abstracts from their own research; and critically analyze, comment, and edit their peers’ abstracts. The workshop serves as a hands-on experience for EFL teachers to formally introduce their classroom practices at academic conferences and early career researchers to be accepted more easily by the academic world.
|Event End Date||26-04-2020|
|Registration Start Date||19-03-2020|
|Cut off date||25-04-2020|
Join us for the webinar titled “Online Assessment in English teaching” - the third webinar in a series on Applying Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in teaching English language online, hosted by VietTESOL Association and sponsored by RELO.
This webinar will be specially cohosted by Ms. Huong Nguyen - Lecturer and Middle-level Manager at the University of Languages and International Studies, Vietnam National University, and Ms. Hien Ho - M.A. of TESOL and a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert.
There are maximum 100 participants in each webinar and slots are available first comes, first served.
In this session, participants will explore methods and tools for assessment and evaluation innovation for both Formative and Summative assessment for online courses.
|Event End Date||04-04-2020|
|Registration Start Date||02-04-2020|
|Cut off date||04-04-2020|
|Individual Price||Free of charge|
Webinar: How to manage online classroom effectively
Time: 9.30- 11.00 a.m., Tuesday 31st March, 2020
Join us for the webinar titled “How to manage online classroom effectively” in a series of three webinars on Applying Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in teaching English language online, hosted by VietTESOL Association and sponsored by RELO. This webinar will be conducted by Mr. Duc Pham, a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert.
There are maximum 100 participants in each webinar and slots are available first comes, first served. Please register here: …………………..
In this session, participants will be shown effective ways to encourage the students' interaction and monitor students’ progress on an ongoing basis in the online teaching context. Mr. Duc will share helpful teaching resources with English language teachers so as to encourage students’ participation, yet effectively manage their workload.
|Event End Date||31-03-2020|
|Registration Start Date||28-03-2020|
|Cut off date||31-03-2020|
|Individual Price||Free of Charge|
Learning online may leave the students the feeling of isolated and unmotivated, which asks teachers to have more interactive activities in order to foster a sense of learning motivation among students. Ms. Ngoc Nguyen and Ms. Hien Ho, in this session, will share their expertise and experience of creating more effectively interactive lessons to help teachers increase student engagement as well as maximize student learning.
In this webinar, participants will be shown ways to deliver engaging synchronous online English lessons using different user - friendly Edtech platforms. Moreover, some advice on what teachers need to start teaching English online and a comparison of video conferencing platforms will be given with the audience members participating in interactive activities designed by those tools throughout the webinar.
|Event End Date||25-03-2020|
|Registration Start Date||23-03-2020|
|Cut off date||24-03-2020|
|Individual Price||Free of charge|