ELE’S 4th e-Resources Roundtable will focus on how English teachers can cope with constant change and use e-resources to manage the challenges of online teaching, blended teaching, changing curriculum and social demands, as well as student motivation, learner differences and other common challenges.
Register today to learn how other English teachers are using e-resources to cope with constant change.
- Focus: Coping with Constant Change: How eResources Help Us Teach Better Today & Tomorrow
- Date: 10th July 2021 (Saturday)
- Time: 10:00am – 12:30pm (Hong Kong Time)
- Mode: Webinar (via ZOOM)
1. 10:00am – 11:15am Plenary Session
In the plenary session, we will have brief, first-hand sharing from our presenters, all experienced English teaching professionals, as well as updates about resources available from eTEACHERS.online. The plenary will conclude with a “Virtual Roundtable” discussion in which all participants are welcome to ask questions or comment.
|The eTeachers.Online Team||
|All Presenters||micro-introduction to each breakout session|
|All Participants||roundtable discussion|
2. 11:15am – 11:30am Break
3. 11:30am – 12:30pm Breakout Session
After the plenary, you can choose to join a breakout session and communicate with presenters on the topic most interesting or relevant to you. If you are interested in more than one of the breakout sessions, they will all be available after the Webinar on the eTEACHERS.online resources platform.
|Ms Crystal Ng||TWGHs Mrs Wu York Yu Memorial College||Hybrid Learning for Four Language skills Practice in Senior Secondary School||click here|
|Ms Winnie Choi
Mr Angus Chan
|Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Mrs. Fung Wong Fung Ting College||Learning Discussion and Writing Skills through Flipped Learning||click here|
|Ms Suzanne Suen
Mr Frank Ip
|Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Kwok Yat Wai College||Ways in Motivating & Engaging Low Achievers in Junior Secondary in Online Lessons||click here|
|Mr Timothy Lim
Mr Ashok Daswani
|St Stephen’s College||Learning Together: IT-enhanced Collaboration and Creative Reading Activities||click here|
|Dr Ju Lee||The Education University of Hong Kong||Integrating Informal Digital Learning of English (IDLE) into the Classroom||click here|
|Ms Jessica Lee||Storytelling Online with Young English Learners||click here|
|Dr Tim Taylor||CARE BOOKS: Enhancing Interactive Reading with Innovative e-Books||click here|
Sign up here to learn how others are coping with constant changes. Registered participants will be issued a Certificate of Participation.
For any inquies, you can either –
– contact Grace at email@example.com
– or leave comments below
cannot get the link for survey, please send it to me. Thank you.
Thank you for joining our roundtable event. An email has been sent to you with the link.
By the way, for the second session, as I am a primary teacher, I would like to join Tim Taylor (primary session). Thanks
Hope you have joined Tim’s breakout session successfully. If not, please reply to this comment and we will send you the recording when it is ready. Thank you very much for your interest in our event!
Sorry I have no camera, cant show face
It’s all right. Thank you very much for your interest in our roundtable event.
When will I get the Zoom Login ID (CHAT ROOM) and password for this event as I have not received any updates on this event ever since filling out the application form.
Thank you very much for your inquiry. I’ll send out those information later today!
Is it free? I mean no cost for the seminar?
Yes, it’s totally free. All teachers are welcome!