The last few weeks have witnessed a growing demand for educational eResources because of the Covid-19 outbreak. For teachers who were required to teach online without prior experiences in integrating eResources into their teaching, it could overwhelm them. Therefore, it is highly recommended for teachers to participate in our roundtable events, where numbers of experienced eTeachers will share their experiences and knowledge on eResources and eResources applications. In this year’s ELE roundtable, we will explore how practitioners tackle current issues in online teaching and distance learning.

3rd ELE Roundtable

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SCHEDULE

  • Focus: Navigating the New Normal
  • Time: 10:00 – 12:30
  • Date: 6th June 2020 (Saturday)
  • Mode: Webinar (via ZOOM)

RUNDOWN

1. 10:00 – 11:30 Plenary Session

HOST SCHOOL ABOUT LINK
The eTeachers.Online Team The Education University of Hong Kong
  • introduction to the roundtable
  • presentation on eTEACHERS.online
  • micro-introduction to breakout session
click here

 

2. 11:45 – 12:30 Breakout Session

HOST SCHOOL TOPIC LINK
Dr. Benjamin Luke Moorhouse The University of Hong Kong How English language teachers adapted to teaching on-line during COVID-19: Reconceptualizing face-to-face teaching for the digital space click here
Ms. Crystal Ng TWGHs Mrs Wu York Yu Memorial College How to prepare high school students to write with the help of e-resources click here
Ms. Fiona Yung HKUGA Primary School Our Journey of Adapting New Modes of Learning – School-wide and Primary Two English click here
Mr. Jason Calvert C.C.C. Kei Tsun Primary School Digitalising content to deliver online learning through Google Sites – A phonics teaching programme click here
Ms. Janet Law Sacred Heart Canossian School Experience Sharing of Using and Promoting Google Classroom and Seesaw in the Primary School click here
Mr. Keric Lee S.K.H. Yuen Chen Maun Chen Jubilee Primary School “Shame to stay the same!”: Primary English Classroom Reimagined click here

 

INQUIRIES

For any inquies, you can either –

– contact Grace at gwang@eduhk.hk

– or join our group chat at Discord

– or leave comments below

13 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Thank you so much for the opportunity to join the webinar. Can’t wait to see the recording of all the sessions.

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    • Timothy Taylor

      Thanks for joining us; there was a lot of terrific sharing! If you ‘join’ on our http://eteachers.online landing page, you’ll get a notification when all the resources are shared on the site. Otherwise, check back in about a week.

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  2. Kevin Rey

    Hypothesis is a collaborative annoying resource which is useful web.hypothesis.is

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    • Timothy Taylor

      Thanks Kevin. We have colleagues here at EdU who use hypothesis in teaching literature, but we haven’t explored its use in primary or secondary.

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  3. T Yeung

    Thanks, I enrolled the programme last night but maybe it is too late for that.

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  4. Sumardi

    Schedule

    Time: 10: 00 – 12:30

    Date: 6th June 2020 (Saturday)

    Mode: Webinar (via Zoom)

    I do not know what time will be in Indonesian time (Jakarta)

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    • Grace Wang

      Thank you for your interest. The 3rd ELE Roundtable will be held on 6th June 2020, 09:00-11:30 (Jakarta, Indonesia).

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      • Sri Lestari

        Thank You for giving this chance

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          • Simon

            Hi there, I believe I have just signed up for the webinar and the breakout session (Familiarizing with Google Classroom and Seesaw in Primary School). Do you know when I will get the password and ID for the Zoom entrance?

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            • Grace Wang

              Thank you for your question. We will send a reminder together with further information on the Zoom webinar to you in due course. No worry 😉

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      • Novi Sriwulandari

        This is such a great opportunity for me.

        Thank you😊

        Reply

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