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ID : 501
Original submission :
Title : Reflecting on CALL research and practice: Using guidelines to improve your skills
Type : Workshop (60 minutes)
Category : Keynote speech
Abstract : My work with language teachers shows that guidelines can be a useful tool to learn more about CALL – and that the knowledge gained can enhance teacher research and practice. A key factor in using guidelines is adopting a deep and critical approach while also drawing on teachers’ experiences, current concerns and the particular features of their current contexts. This workshop uses practical activities for language teachers, researchers and professionals to answer the following questions: What are some current guidelines for teaching reflectively with technology? How can I use them to improve my practice? What are current guidelines for best practice in CALL research? How can I use them to improve my research skills? How can I use them to improve my understanding of CALL research?
Keywords : guidelines, teaching reflectively
Conference theme : Application of technology to the language classroom
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Main presenter : Dr. Cynthia White
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Affiliation : Massey University (Wellington, NEW ZEALAND)
Email address : c.j.white@massey.ac.nz
Biography : Cynthia White is Professor of Applied Linguistics, Massey University, New Zealand. She has published widely on distance and online learning, emotion in language learning, learner autonomy, and teacher identity and agency. She is a member of Editorial Boards of seven international journals, and is Associate Editor for the journal Language Learning & Technology and for the journal Linguistics and Education.
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Date added : Saturday, 13 July 2019, 5:39 PM
Date modified : Thursday, 25 July 2019, 2:20 PM
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Submission status : Accepted
Schedule number : 102-W
Schedule day : Aug 8th (Thu)
Schedule time : 09: 00 - 10: 00
Schedule duration : 60 mins
Schedule room name : HC303
Schedule room seats : 100 seats
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