“For five weeks in January and February, TESOL experts and participants from around the world engage in collaborative online discussions or hands-on virtual workshops of professional and scholarly benefit.
These sessions bring together participants for a longer period of time than is permitted by land-based professional development conventions and allow a fuller development of ideas than is otherwise possible.
Sessions are FREE and open to anyone around the globe. All you need is access to the Internet.
This FREE 5-week MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) is designed for both new and experienced teachers to give them some methods for creating, presenting, and evaluating effective teacher training workshops. Particioants will gain tools and techniques for promoting professional development in their teaching context, and develop their skills for delivering engaging and relevant teacher trainings.
This course is provided by Arizona State University, as part of the American English (AE) E-Teacher Program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and administered by FHI 360.
EdmodoCon is an online global event where educators from around the world connect with each other to share how they are using Edmodo and other digital tools to personalize learning. EdmodoCon will help you collaborate with other teachers, discover valuable new resources, and harness the power of edtech in your classroom.Continue reading →
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