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Main presenter
Mr. Tien MAI
Ho Chi Minh City Open University (Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam)
Presenter [2]
Ms. Mai NGUYEN Ho Chi Minh City Open University
Presenter [3]
Ms. Long TRAN Ho Chi Minh City Open University
Presenter [4]
Ms. Linh LE Ho Chi Minh City Open University
Presenter [5]
Ms. Ngan VO Ho Chi Minh City Open University
Presentation details
Presentation title
Evaluating the Design and Delivery of the Survival Combo Course to Develop School Teachers’ TPACK and Emergency Remote Teaching
Presentation abstract
Covid-19 variants have shaken the landscape of Vietnam’s K-12 systems. The country has to enforce extended lockdown and implement emergency remote teaching and learning (ERT) in most areas during the first semester of the 2021-2022 academic year. To support public school teachers’ digital responses, the research team designed and delivered a 20-hour free online course entitled ‘Tech Menu for ERT Techniques and Tools: A Survival Combo’ to train two cohorts of primary and secondary school EFL teachers. Utilizing the Action Research cycles, we explored the course impacts on participants’ development of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) and ERT. The course design was theoretically framed with reference to Open Educational Practices, Flipped Learning, TPACK-in-Action, and Lesson Study models. It involved both self-paced learning and live microteaching sessions. The course evaluation included 24 active participants’ qualitative post-course survey responses and the course instructors’ stimulated recall, illustrating engaged participants’ TPACK change. More importantly, participants who required special computer skills assistance identified the constraints of the course in terms of outcomes, socialization, technical and pedagogical support. Hence, we suggest further revisions of the design and delivery of fully online community courses enhancing teachers’ TPACK and ERT in future cycles.
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emergency remote teaching, teacher training, K-12
Training language teachers in e-learning environments
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Submitted by
Tien Mai
Submitted: Tuesday, 14 September 2021, 8:06 PM [JST]
Modified: Monday, 11 October 2021, 5:27 PM [JST]
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