Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Accentuate the positive: Remote learning and the future of language education

Across the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced both teachers and learners to adopt a remote-based delivery mode. This panel brings together language educators and researchers to share their ideas and experience to develop and implement new remote-based teaching/ learning practices.
  • Friday 9 October and Saturday 10 October 2020
  • 3:00 – 6:00 pm (Canberra, Sydney time)
  • Zoom online live presentation
  • FREE and ALL Welcome
  • Registration essential: https://globallanguagefest.eventbritestudio.com/118421163889

Day 1: Friday 9 October

  • “Welcome and introduction” Duck-Young Lee (ANU)
  • “Multimedia activities for interactive language and culture education” Eunseon Kim (ANU)
  • “Positive transformation to remote language learning” Takako Toda (Waseda)
  • “Approaches to Japanese education through remote learning at the University of Helsinki” Sachiko Sosa (Uni of Helsinki)
  • “Sight, Sound and Silence: Interactive Activities and Pacing in Remote Language Classroom” Janit Feangfu (ANU)

Day 2: Saturday 10 October:

  • “Weaving Stories on the Web through the Lens of Multiliteracies Approach” Jeongyi Lee (Kennesaw State Uni) & Eun Young Won (Uni of Washington)
  • “Language Assessment in Remote Language Teaching and Learning” Qian Wang (Uni of British Columbia)
  • “Flipped classroom: development and experiences in an ANU Japanese course” by Yuko Kinoshita (ANU)
  • Keynote address: “Simulating Embodied Learning Online” Professor Rachel Harrison (SOAS, University of London)
POSTER plus info on a one day session the following week on Virtual Reality and Language Education https://actbilingual.weebly.com/uploads/4/4/9/1/4491774/poster_october_series.pdf

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