Los Angeles Regional CATESOL: Bridges to Success: Pathways & Transitions
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Hosted by the NOCCCD School of Continuing Education
Plenary speaker, Sarah Lynn, who among many of her other roles, teaches at the Bridge Program at the Center for Workplace Development at Harvard University, presented the audience with the following question:
Successful student and workers have strong organizations skills, advocate for themselves, communicate well with people from other backgrounds, ask good questions works well in teams, solve problems in creative ways, and use technology appropriately. How can we, as classroom ESL teachers, strengthen these skills in our students?
4 EASY Online Tools to Supercharge Your ESL Class
Katalin Gyurindak (Cohort 4) and Abdel Belblidia (Cohort 8), Mt. San Antonio College
Add more tools to your toolbox! The purpose of this presentation is to introduce free Web 2.0 sites to help ESL instructors enhance their teaching and make their class more appealing to 21st century learners. You will be shown examples of collaborative storytelling, talking photos/characters and quiz making.