In their joint presentation, Ms Suzanne Suen and Mr Frank Ip, English teachers from Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Kwok Yat Wai College will discuss their adoption of effective e-resources practices for low achieving students. They touch on topics such as:
- choice and use of online learning materials to make a good online lesson
- practices and suggestions to maintain online learning discipline
- useful apps and online platforms to maintain students’ engagement and motivation
On the right, you can hear a brief introduction and discussion of the problems they face when teaching. If you struggle with similar challenges, listen to their entire talk to hear their recommendations in the full-length breakout session sharing below.
Other intended audience members for their talk may include:
- student teachers or new teachers who need some advice to enhance their teaching and increase students’ engagement
- teachers who are looking for useful online resources
Suzanne and Frank’s Micro-Introduction
Suzanne and Frank’s “Coping with Constant Change” Sharing Session
View their presentation slides here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-l6D5hSpPHpNteRKmHbpb_qeNLOCJ6e9/view?usp=sharing
Outline of Suzanne and Frank’s Sharing Session
“Ways in Motivating & Engaging Low Achievers in Junior Secondary in Online Lessons”
|Introduction||00:00 – 02:00||briefing|
|02:00 – 05:51||
warm up activity
|05:51 – 06:54||
focus of this sharing
Mr Frank Ip:
How to Make A Good Online Lesson?
|06:54 – 08:55||self-introduction|
|08:55 – 09:57||what are the important factors for a good online lesson?|
|09:57 – 24:50||
how to make a good online lesson?
Ms Suzanne Suen:
How to Maintain Online Learning Discipline?
|24:50 – 34:17||
how to maintain online learning discipline?
Ms Suzanne Suen:
How to Maintain Students’ Engagement and Motivation?
|34:17 – 39:30||
how to maintain students’ engagement and motivation?
|Discussion||39:30 – 48:36||
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