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Unlocking Revolutionizing Assessment Strategies

  • Marcela Danowski
  • June 23, 2024

Ever wondered how educational assessment can transcend conventional boundaries and pave the way for a more inclusive and purposeful learning experience? How can assessment strategies evolve to meet the diverse needs of learners? Join us to learn more.

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Drama Meets ESL, the CLBs and the PBLA

  • Roberta Power
  • May 29, 2024

Have you ever used drama in your ESL classroom? Are you looking for more ways to be creative, foster community, and have fun with your learners within the criteria of the PBLA or your programming? Would you like to be amazed by your students’ pronunciation…

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Creative Complexities of PowerPoint

  • Sara Machan, OCELT
  • May 22, 2024

Have you ever wanted to gamify your classroom? Do you feel your presentations lack interactive elements? Do you want new ways to make your materials more student-centred? If so, join us for this webinar.

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Creating Activities and Tasks for Multi-Levels

  • Selena Parker, OCELT
  • April 21, 2024

Do you have a lot of materials that aren’t quite good for your classroom? Do you need to teach a multi-levelled class and are not sure how to get activities and materials ready for the different levels? If so, join us for this webinar.

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Teaching Lower-Level Learners – Part 2: General Tips

  • Rachel Fourny, OCELT
  • April 18, 2024

How do you teach students who don’t speak or understand a word of English? What are some strategies for assessing lower-level learners? Sound familiar? Then this webinar is for you!
In this webinar, you will find the answers to these questions and so much more.

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More Archived Webinars

Webinar TitlePresenter(s)Original
Air Date
Trauma Informed Teaching Practices in Adult ESL ClassroomsRuba Kallab, OCELTMarch 24, 2024
Unleashing the Power of ChatGPT, DALL-E, and MURF – Part 2Jen ArtanMarch 21, 2024
Making The Most Of Your Ellii AccountBen Buckwold, CEO & Founder of ElliiFebruary 22, 2024
Unleashing the Power of ChatGPT, DALL-E, and MURF – Part 1Jen ArtanFebruary 15, 2024
TESL Career Navigation TipsKiara KimJanuary 24, 2024
Writing More Accessible InstructionsWeaver ShawJanuary 21, 2024
Using AI to Make Levelled Lessons With Online MaterialsJonny KalambayDecember 6, 2023
Teaching Lower Level LearnersRachel Fourny, OCELTNovember 30, 2023
Canadian Workplace PragmaticsAnjum Karimi, OCELTNovember 23, 2023
Health Insurance 101 – What You Need to KnowGalen Flynn, Kaylie FlynnOctober 4, 2023
New Teacher Tool KitRachel Fourny, OCELTAugust 24, 2023
Dynamic Assessment in Language LearningDr. Mohammad Rahimi, OCELTAugust 16, 2023
EAP Practitioners in CanadaJames Corcoran, OCELT, Julia Williams, OCELT, & Kris JohnstonJuly 26, 2023
Commonlit to Hone Reading, Listening, and Writing SkillsGonul Turkdogan, OCELT & Dr. Laureta Vavla, OCELTJune 28, 2023
Using Images for Speaking and Writing ActivitiesDr. Lynn ZimmermanJune 21, 2023
Now And Later: Tools For Pre-Arrival AssessmentChristina Wade & Lorena ChatwellMay 31, 2023
Cultivating Trauma-Informed Spaces in Education, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee Webinar SeriesNicole JohnsonMay 17, 2023
Working With Adult ELL Students With Undiagnosed Learning DisabilitiesDr. Cheryl DuquetteApril 26, 2023
Having Fun and Teaching IELTS ReadingDr. Mehdi KhodaparastApril 23, 2023
ChatGPT: Beyond Challenges and OpportunitiesJohn Allan, OCELTApril 20, 2023
ChatGPT in Language Teaching: Challenges and OpportunitiesJohn Allan, OCELTMarch 28, 2023
Lifting Poetry Off the PageAnnie AltamiranoMarch 26, 2023
From Task-Based to Action-Oriented ListeningDr. Yuliya Desyatova, OCELT & Cheryl Fretz, OCELTMarch 22, 2023
Elevate Your Game Through Communities of PracticeHind ElyasFebruary 25, 2023
Multi-Sensory Learning in an Online ContextJessica LeslieFebruary 22, 2023
Google Forms and AssessmentsShabana ShahzadJanuary 22, 2023
Taking Aim for Meaningful Research ResultsDr. Gordon MouldenJanuary 19, 2023
Webinars prior to 2023
Webinar Title Presenter(s) Original
Air Date
Apps for English Language Teaching and Learning  Grazzia Maria Mendoza 24-Nov-22
Designing Visually Successful Materials for Learners Gabriela Kleckova 20-Nov-22
Lessons Learned: Teaching About Racism in the ESL Classroom Wales Wong 28-Sept-22
Job Skills for Instructors Anjum Karimi, OCELT 31-Aug-22
Playing to Learn: Games in the ESL Classroom Rachel Fourny, OCELT 25-Aug-22
Using Avenue.ca – Learner Reflection Tools Kevin Wang, OCELT 27-July-22
Five Research-Informed Best Practices for Remote/Online EAP Dr. Karen Englander
& Bruce Russell
20-July-22
Developing Intercultural Competence in the Virtual Classroom Paramita Dutta, OCELT, PhD 22-June-22
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources on Tutela Diane Ramanathan, OCELT 15-June-22
Vicarious Trauma in English-Language Teaching Panel: Allyson Eamer et al 7-June-22
Assessment for Learning: the Road to Improvement Annie Altamirano 29-May-22
Understanding Gender and Sexual Diversity Celeste Turner 18-May-22
Differentiated Instruction – Myth and Reality Annie Altamirano 24-Apr-22
You Think It’s Ungrammatical, but It Just Ain’t So   Brett Reynolds 20- Apr-22
Vocabulary for CLB 1-4 Brett Reynolds 27-Mar-22
Extensive and Intensive Reading Resources Gonul Turkdogan, OCELT 24-Mar-22
The Effectiveness of using AWE in Second Language Writing Ameni Benali, OCELT 23-Feb-22
Career Bootcamp: Networking 2.0 – LinkedIn Katina Deischel 16-Feb-22
H5P Power Tools John Allan 30-Jan-22
Creating Assessments for Avenue.ca Kevin Wang 19-Jan-22
Using Toastmasters™ Techniques to Improve Verbal Fluency Jennifer Artan 21-Nov-21
Who Owns English? Ending Native-Speakerism Kathryn Brillinger,
Nasreen Sultan &
Laura Stoutenburg
27-Oct-21
A Low (to No) Tech Approach to Corpus Analysis Julia Williams 20-Oct-21
Bringing Mindfulness to the ESL Classroom Andreia Arai-Rissman 30-Sep-21
Newcomers in Nature Kaitlyn Quigley 22-Sep-21
Career Bootcamp: Learn the ABCs of Successful Interviewing Katina Deichsel 25-Aug-21
Teaching Productive Skills to ELLs – Exploring Bubbl.us, Flipgrid and Google Docs Livia Pataki &
Doina Nugent
22-Aug-21
Language and Gender Representation in Language Classrooms Julie Dawson &
Stephanie Kinzie
15-Aug-21
Career Bootcamp: Writing Rousing Resumes Katina Deichsel 28-July-21
Teaching Reading and Vocabulary to ELLs – Exploring Quizlet and CommonLit Livia Pataki &
Doina Nugent
25-July-21
How to Jumpstart a Successful ESL Teaching Career Heather Donnelly 22-July-21
Teaching Pragmatics Mehdi Khodaparast 27-June-21
Crafting Captivating Cover Letters: Standing Out is Easy! Katina Deichsel 23-June-21
Get it Write. Successfully Teaching and Assessing Writing Online – Part 3: Assessing Writing in Higher Education in Online Environments Lavaughn John 26-May-21
Music in the ESL Classroom Rachel Fourny 19-May-21
Mental Health, Self-care, and Teacher Wellness – a Panel Discussion Anjum Karimi,
Patrice Palmer,
Teresa Kinney
16-May-21
Get it Write. Successfully Teaching and Assessing Writing Online – Part 2: College and University Lavaughn John 28-Apr-21
Using and Licensing Open Educational Resources (OERs) – Part 2 Shahla Noor Al-Deen 18-Apr-21
Online TESL Resources Rachel Fourny 31-Mar-21
DOING IT DIGITALLY! Let’s Talk About Literacy Kathleen Guerini,
Dana Augustino,
Linda Condello,
Samantha Banks
25-Mar-21
Student-Centred Games & Activities Sara Alexandre 21-Mar-21
Using and Licensing Open Educational Resources (OERs) – Part One  Shahla Noor Al-Deen 28-Feb-21
Get it Write. Successfully Teaching and Assessing Writing Online – Part 1: High School Lavaughn John 24-Feb-21
Google Classroom for Beginners Shabana Shahzad 27-Jan-21
EdTech for ELT Professionals – a Panel Discussion Jim Edgar,
Emily Cameron,
Patrick Chan
20-Jan-21
How Public Libraries Can Support You and Your Learners
Tamsin Cobb
17-Jan-21
Memory Maps – a Task-Based Language Learning Activity Leanna Turner 13-Dec-20
Teaching Literacy to English Language Learners Alexis Manuel &
Emily Castle-Dunn
6-Dec-20
Copyright for ESL Professionals Mélanie Brunet 25-Nov-20
The Importance of Extensive Reading in Language Learning Gonul Turkdogan 18-Nov-20
MS Teams Tutorial for Teachers Marlaina Riggio 28-Oct-20
Incorporating the Arts in the EAP Classroom Mahgol Izadi 18-Oct-20
Task-Based Language Teaching: From Tasks and Beyond Leo Gomez &
Michael Landry
27-Sept-20
Google Classroom – a Panel Discussion Jen Artan,
Rabia Rashid, &
Shabana Shahzad
20-Sept-20
Energize Online Classes With Virtual Experiences John Allan 16-Sept-20
Canada Isn’t Racist, eh? Let’s Discuss Kattawe Henry 10-Sept-20
Using Sociodramatic Play in ESL Development Fernanda Batista 30-Aug-20
Strategic Team-Building Exercises for a Virtual and F2F Classroom Jen Artan 30-Aug-20
Crossing the “Rubricon” – Designing and Using Effective Rubrics Donna Pearce &
Eldon Friesen
19-Aug-20
Online Tools for Teaching English Language Learners Emily Castle-Dunn 05-Aug-20
Creating Digital Classes Using Google Classroom Rabia Rashid 26-Jul-20
Horticultural Therapy in ESL Lesson Planning Christina Klein 18-Jul-20
English and Nature – Making Your Classroom Fly Nancy Pancheshan 18-Jul-20
Reading and Presenting Circles Sherry Hejazi 16-Jul-20
Mindfulness – An Approach to Relaxation Anjum Karimi 21-Jun-20
Catherine (Kate) Maven 21-Jun-20
MINI-TOSCON: Intercultural and Plurilingual Language Teaching: What, Why, and How Alanna Carter &
Rebecca Schmor
06-Jun-20
MINI-TOSCON: Overcoming Learners’ Affective Barriers with Asynchronous Information Communication Technology Katina Deichsel 06-Jun-20
Accessibility in Language Teaching Anna Bartosik 02-Jun-20
Free Online Learning Platforms 2020: A Critical Look at What’s Available Jen Artan 31-May-20
Teaching Green Real-World Tasks in the ESL Classroom Rajpreet Lotay 24-May-20
Mentoring Student Teachers – Fostering Instructional Development Sharmaine Itwaru 29-Apr-20
What’s New in the Best Practices Directory in 2020 ** Juilanne Burgess 23-Apr-20
Virtual Teamwork – How Professionals Can Work as a Team Remotely Tamsin Cobb 16-Apr-20
Educational Technology 2020 – What Works for Adult Language Learning Classrooms ** Jen Artan 13-Apr-20
Best Practices in Pronunciation Teaching ** Simona Sunara 07-Apr-20
Teacher Self-Care in Times of Change, Stress, and Uncertainty Patrice Palmer 05-Apr-20
The BlendSync Approach to Teaching ESL: Pedagogy and Technology Dmitri Priven &
Donald Moen
26-Mar-20
A Consideration of Intercultural Curricula Alanna Carter 22-Mar-20
Coping with COVID-19 Using Online Instruction John Allan 15-Mar-20
Using ESL Students as Instructional Resources Mostafa Hasrati 23-Feb-20
Slipping in Slang David Burke 19-Feb-20
Promoting Plurilingualism Through the LINCDIRE Project Andre Scholze 26-Jan-20
All of the Above? Examining Multiple-Choice Questions Beverly Baker &
Marie Gravran
19-Dec-19
Teacher Development Workshop for Technology-Enhanced Learning John Allan 12-Dec-19
Action Research: Foundations of Qualitative Research, Part 2 Mostafa Hasrati 24-Nov-19
Intercultural Fluency in LINC Classrooms: Teacher Training and PBLA Sandhya Ghai 20-Nov-19
Dealing With Multi-Level ESL/EFL Classes Maria Glass 23-Oct-19
Action Research: Foundations of Qualitative Research, Part 1 Mostafa Hasrati 20-Oct-19
Using Socrative for Formative Assessments in the Classroom Afrouz Mobayen 29-Sep-19
Did You Get It?” Activities and Assessments for Bottom-Up Listening Mary Ritter 22-Sep-19
Reduce Writing Anxiety: Creative-Critical Thinking for Literacy Christine Boyko-Head 28-Aug-19
Using Google Sites for Scaffolding Writing Ruth Emode 22-Aug-19
Bridging the Cultural Gap Munjeera Jefford 31-Jul-19
Enhance Your Materials With H5P John Allan 17-Jul-19
Creating Assessments – Productive Vs. Receptive Skills ** Anna Bartosik 17-Jul-19
The Importance of Lesson Planning ** Jen Artan 14-Jul-19
Using Digital Backchannels in the English Learning Classroom ** Jen Artan 09-Jul-19
Improving Pronunciation Using Icebreakers, Warmups, and Short Activities Mary Ritter 27-Jun-19
When ESL Meets Escape Rooms Marlaina Riggio 20-Jun-19
Learning Tech Innovation in the Adult Settlement Language Training Sector Rob McBride 30-May-19
Timely Talk About Tobacco Annie Levitan &
Joanne Mercer
15-May-19
What’s New in the Best Practices Directory in 2019 ** Julianne Burgess 30-Apr-19
Dealing With Multi-Level ESL/EFL Classes (Video not available) Maria Glass 24-Apr-19
Task-Based Language Teaching: Theory to Practice ** Leonardo Gomez &
Michael Landry
31-Mar-19
Anywhere, Anytime, Anyway Learning: Blend-Sync ESL Classes Dmitri Priven &
Donald Moen
24-Mar-19
Techy Writing Tasks for PBLA Thura Aljubury 17-Mar-19
Migration, Trauma, and Mental Illness: Implications for Language Learning Allyson Eamer 24-Feb-19
Teaching English with Blockchain Technology Andrew Wagner 19-Feb-19
Leadership: Does the Literature Match Up With the Classroom Experience? Sarah Langridge 27-Jan-19
Creating Digital Scavenger Hunts Nancy Van Dorp 20-Jan-19
Why Teachers Should Care About Self-Care Patrice Palmer 11-Dec-18
Project Based Learning 2018 – Approaches and Tools ** Jennifer Artan 20-Nov-18
Promoting Health in and Beyond the Classroom Annie Levitan &
Aliya Desai
20-Nov-18
Planning the Use of Small Mobile Devices in your Adult Language Classroom ** Jennifer Artan 19-Nov-18
Communication Competency at Work: More Than Just Language Tuula Lindholm 18-Nov-18
Implementing PBLA: Did We Achieve What Was Intended? Yuliya Desyatova 24-Oct-18
Audio-Recorded Feedback for Second Language Writing Chadia Mansour 21-Oct-18
Padlet: More Practice & Fewer Headaches Aga Wolczuk &
Maria Pop
12-Sept-18
Using Visuals to Support Language Learning Meredith McGregor 22-Aug-18
Technology Enhanced Personalized Learning for Adult Language Classrooms ** Jen Artan &
Nancy VanDorp
16-Aug-18
Répertoire ontarien des pratiques exemplaires en matière de formation linguistique (FSL) Simona Sunara 16-Aug-18
Pedagogy, Frameworks & Technology: Learning in the Digital Age – Part 3 Sylvia Buchanan 25-Jul-18
Academic Skills Development through Content-Based Learning in an EAP Program Tetyana Vdovina &
Kiki Ernikoglou
18-Jul-18
Pedagogy, Frameworks, & Technology – Learning in the Digital Age – Part 2 Sylvia Buchanan 20-Jun-18
The Forgotten Skill – Building Vocabulary for Spoken Production Kerstin Okubo 17-Jun-18
Pedagogy, Frameworks & Technology: Learning in the Digital Age – Part 1 Sylvia Buchanan 30-May-18
Simplifying Literacy Assessment Tasks Adrienne Horvath Cortes,
Alison Wilson &
Serena Reis
27-May-18
Google’s Blogspot for e-Portfolios and Classroom e-cosystem Joseph Ng 29-Apr-18
Teaching Intercultural Awareness and Communication ** Yecid Ortega 22-Apr-18
Pragmatics in the Adult Language Learning Classroom Jen Artan 31-Mar-18
Language Barrier and its Cognitive Consequences in the Workplace and Education Edalat Shekari 28-Mar-18
Literacy Assessment Results: Understanding The “L” Factor Janet Guppy,
Esther Bruins, &
Samantha Banks
21-Mar-18
An Inter-Culturally Sensitive Approach to Address ‘The Issue’ of Plagiarism ** Dr. Marlon Valencia 04-Mar-18
Hearing Rhythm, the Key to Speaking English Fluently Jacqueline Johnson 28-Feb-18
Using the Best Practices Directory of Resources ** Judith Bond 25-Feb-18
Exploring Tutela 3.0 – PBLA Resources and Webinars Diane Ramanathan 28-Jan-18
TESL Ontario: Increase Learner Engagement with Kahoot! Nancy Van Dorp 21-Jan-18
Improving Summarizing Skills to Foster Reading Comprehension Linda Hargreaves 17-Dec-17
Slow = Fast: Back-to-the-Well for Learner Success Kelly Morrissey &
Dr. John Sivell
10-Dec-17
Endless Engagement for All Four Skills Through Dictation Triptychs Joseph Ng 29-Nov-17
Data-Driven Learning Lite with WordSift John Allan 22-Nov-17
Using Google Drive to Foster Independent Learning Nicole Horsley 5-Nov-17
Small Talk With a Purpose: Utilizing the Ford Method to Get Noticed Katina Deichsel 29-Oct-17
Digital Breakouts using Google Forms & Google Sites ** Jennifer Artan 24-Sep-17
Digital Autobiographical Identity Texts as a Reflective Tool in ESL Dr. James Corcoran 17-Sep-17
Google Forms – Quizzes, Data Collection & More ** Jennifer Artan 27-Aug-17
Teaching Literacy Students in a Multilevel Class Using PBLA Stephanie Leutner 20-Aug-17
Educational Technology – What’s on the Horizon for 2018 Jennifer Artan 26-Jul-17
Power Listening – Pre-Listening Strategies for Success ** Munjeera Phillips-Jefford 19-Jul-17
Perfecting Your Pitch! Captivate Your Next Potential Employer in Thirty Seconds Katina Deichsel 25-Jun-17
Activities to Enhance Vocabulary Learning  ** Cecilia Aponte-de-Hanna 21-Jun-17
Language Learning – Seven Steps to Critical and Creative Thinking Dr. Ken Beatty 24-May-17
Discussing Healthy Living Topics with ESL Learners Jodie Brant,
Shannon Carney
17-May-17
Critical Thinking in a Business English Environment Atif Malik 7-May-17
How to Create an Online Shop for Your Digital ESL Courses Ronen Geisler 23-Apr-17
Six Things you Need to Use “Hot Potatoes Facelift” John Allan 29-Mar-17
What You Need to Know about Academic Writing by NS and NNS Lisa Smith 22-Mar-17
Google Slides: G Suite Tools for ESL ** Anna Bartosik 26-Feb-17
Promoting Health Information with Adult English Language Learners Jodie Brant &
Shannon Carney
22-Feb-17
Google Docs: G Suite Tools for ESL  ** Jen Artan 29-Jan-17
Teacher to Teacherpreneur: How to Monetize your Professional Skills Patrice Palmer 18-Jan-17
PBLA Series, Part 6: Simplifying Receptive Assessment Tasks Adrienne Horvath Cortes,
Alison Wilson &
Serena Reis
7-Dec-16
Boost your PD with MOOCs John Allan 23-Nov-16
PBLA Series, Part 5: Simplifying Productive Assessment Tasks Anna Wodtka &
Barbara Andrews
16-Nov-16
PBLA Series, Part 4: Strategies for Literacy Teachers Jean Campbell 30-Oct-16
Concrete Strategies to Build an Intercultural ESL/EAL Practice Geoff Lawrence 19-Oct-16
Supporting Learners with Interrupted Formal Schooling Dr. Ranya Khan 28-Sep-16
PBLA Series, Part 3: Encouraging Reflection in Learners Nancy Carey 25-Sep-16
… and Justice for All: The Social Justice Prism in ESL Yecid Ortega 21-Aug-16
PBLA Series, Part 2: The Language Companion Carolyn Flores 17-Aug-16
PBLA Series, Part 1: The Initial Student Assessment Lisa McFaul 27-Jul-16
Mental Health: Understanding Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Teresa Kinney 20-Jul-16
Fostering Intentional Learning Carolyn Samuel 29-Jun-16
Getting Animated: Graphic Novels in the ESL Classroom Elaine deVries &
Heather Donnelly
19-Jun-16
The Answer Isn’t Important: Critical Thinking in EAP Dr. Ken Beatty 29-May-16
Blorms Alive! An E-Portfolio Suite of Assessment Tools Hala Bastawros 18-May-16
Igniting Learner Potential Through Project-Based Learning Modules Shafaque Mulla 27-Apr-16
A Quick and Dirty Approach to Spelling Judy Thompson 24-Apr-16
Creating Authentic Conversations Dr. Lilia Savova 23-Mar-16
Using OneNote for Building e-Portfolios Jen Artan 20-Mar-16
Developing e-Materials for your Classroom with “Hot Potatoes” Marjan Bateni 28-Feb-16
Understanding the Syrian Refugee Crisis Bayan Khatib 24-Feb-16
Adaptable Vocabulary Teaching Techniques Sophie Wang 24-Jan-16
Draw Me a Picture: Pronunciation Tools for Visual Learners Judy Thompson 20-Jan-16
Integrating Personal Reflection and Storytelling in the Classroom Anna Bartosik &
Huong Lu
09-Dec-15
Online ESL Resources: What’s worth your time? Rachel Fourny 29-Nov-15
Short but Tweet: Using Twitter in Class with Students (Part 3 of 3) Anna Bartosik 22-Nov-15
Ted Talks/Animations in your Classroom? – Create a Ted Ed Lesson John Allan 28-Oct-15
Professional Development on Twitter: Establishing your PLN (Part 2 of 3) Anna Bartosik 18-Oct-15
Sourcing Copyright Friendly Images John Allan 23-Sep-15
It’s not twerking; it’s just Tweeting (Part 1 of 3) Anna Bartosik 20-Sep-15
Enhancing Your Skills for Private Tutoring Carolyn Flores 26-Aug-15
Technology for Authentic Purposes Sylvia Buchanan 27-Aug-15
Tips for Teaching Business English Students & Immigrants Ric Phillips 26-Jul-15
An Introduction to Powtoon Jen Artan 22-Jul-15
Put the Power on PowerPoint Games Rita Carrasco 24-Jun-15
Online Material Development Joni Sharkey 21-Jun-15
Smartboard Technology: Explore its Many Uses (Part 2 of 2) Jen Artan 24-May-15
Mental Health in the ESL Classroom Teresa Kinney 20-May-15
Tech Ideas to Help You Interact with Your Students in a New Way Anna Bartosik 26-Apr-15
Apps for Learning English (APP-LE): How Mobile Learning can Enhance teaching and Learning in ESL Dr. Marguerite Koole &
Dr. Robert Power
22-Apr-15
Tutela Resource Download Tool – Share Resources with Your Students! Diane Ramanathan 22-Mar-15
Excel Grade Spreadsheets (Part 2 of 2) Marjana Shehaj 22-Feb-15
Mobile Learning Tools Faith Marcel 25-Feb-15
Microsoft Excel – Not just for numbers Joni Sharkey 18-Jan-15
An Introduction to Smartboards (Part 1 of 2) Jen Artan 21-Jan-15
Advanced Infographics Faith Marcel 10-Dec-14
Empower your Teaching with PowerPoint Huong Lu 7-Dec-14
Intro to PowerPoint Faith Marcel 23-Nov-14
Blogging as a Reflective Writing Practice Jen Artan 26-Nov-14
Microsoft Word Newsletters Nancy Van Dorp 26-Oct-14
Teaching to the Needs Svetlana Lupasco 25-Sep-14
Working with Microsoft Word Nancy Van Dorp 14-Sep-14

Archived TESL Dialogues

The TESL Dialogue series is an open forum where participants are free to turn on their microphones and cameras to fully immerse in a discussion about a relevant topic in ELT. A subject-matter-expert joins participants in this session to help guide the conversation and offer helpful insight when needed.

Format: Throughout the session the moderator will provide the audience with a thought-provoking question to encourage conversation. After the subject matter expert responds to the question, participants are invited to answer the questions themselves, provide a comment or example, or ask a related question to the subject matter expert and their peers. The goal of this session is to develop a community of practice which allows for as many narratives to be heard and shared as possible. The session will conclude with a breakout room reflection activity where participants are encouraged to discuss what they have learned, any remaining questions they have, and their next steps in respect to the session topic.

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Title: Online Engagement Strategies for Adult Learners
Presenter: Sylvia Fung, OCELT
Moderator: Shweta Gupta, OCELT
Host: Melita Vrakela, OCELT
Date: Saturday, June 3

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A TESL Dialogue session is a guided virtual discussion on a pre-determined topic that is facilitated by a subject-matter expert. There will be a maximum of 60 registrants, to support an engaging discussion among attendees. A series of pre-determined questions will be posed to the audience, the subject-matter expert will provide their input first and then open the discussion to the audience. 

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Title: Online Engagement Strategies for Adult Learners
Presenter: Sylvia Fung, OCELT
Moderator: Shweta Gupta, OCELT
Host: Melita Vrakela, OCELT
Date: Saturday, June 3

Thanks for tuning into our TESL Dialogue video. A TESL Dialogue session is a guided virtual discussion on a pre-determined topic that is facilitated by a subject-matter expert. Are you a TESL Ontario member? If not, you should consider joining our community to get access to amazing PD opportunities like this one and so much more: https://www.teslontario.org/webinar-series

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TESL Dialogue Sessions | TESL Ontario

A TESL Dialogue session is a guided virtual discussion on a pre-determined topic that is facilitated by a subject-matter expert. There will be a maximum of 60 registrants, to support an engaging discussion among attendees. A series of pre-determined questions will be posed to the audience, the subject-matter expert will provide their input first and then open the discussion to the audience.

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TESL Dialogue: Online Engagement Strategies for Adult Learners

Presenter: John Allan, OCELT
Moderator: Gonul Turkdogan, OCELT
Host: Karolina Gombos, OCELT

Thanks for tuning into our TESL Dialogue video. A TESL Dialogue session is a guided virtual discussion on a pre-determined topic that is facilitated by a subject-matter expert. Are you a TESL Ontario member? If not, you should consider joining our community to get access to amazing PD opportunities like this one and so much more: https://www.teslontario.org/webinar-series

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Visit our website for more information about our organization: https://www.teslontario.org/ teslontario.orgteslontario.org TESL Dialogue Sessions | TESL Ontario A TESL Dialogue session is a guided virtual discussion on a pre-determined topic that is facilitated by a subject-matter expert. There will be a maximum of 60 registrants, to support an engaging discussion among attendees. A series of pre-determined questions will be posed to the audience, the subject-matter expert will provide their input first and then open the discussion to the audience. teslontario.orgteslontario.org TESL Ontario | Teachers of English as a Second Language Association of Ontario TESL Ontario, is a non-profit organization serving the needs of teachers of English as a Second Language and English Literacy Development.

Presenter: John Allan, OCELT
Moderator: Gonul Turkdogan, OCELT
Host: Karolina Gombos, OCELT

Thanks for tuning into our TESL Dialogue video. A TESL Dialogue session is a guided virtual discussion on a pre-determined topic that is facilitated by a subject-matter expert. Are you a TESL Ontario member? If not, you should consider joining our community to get access to amazing PD opportunities like this one and so much more: https://www.teslontario.org/webinar-series

TESL Dialogue sessions are currently only open to members. Click here to register: https://www.teslontario.org/tesl-dialogue-sessions

Interested in being a Subject Matter Expert and hosting a TESL Dialogue yourself? Click here for more information: https://www.teslontario.org/webinar-series/become-presenter#Dialogue

Visit our website for more information about our organization: https://www.teslontario.org/ teslontario.orgteslontario.org TESL Dialogue Sessions | TESL Ontario A TESL Dialogue session is a guided virtual discussion on a pre-determined topic that is facilitated by a subject-matter expert. There will be a maximum of 60 registrants, to support an engaging discussion among attendees. A series of pre-determined questions will be posed to the audience, the subject-matter expert will provide their input first and then open the discussion to the audience. teslontario.orgteslontario.org TESL Ontario | Teachers of English as a Second Language Association of Ontario TESL Ontario, is a non-profit organization serving the needs of teachers of English as a Second Language and English Literacy Development.

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TESL Dialogue: Artificial Intelligence Chat and Us

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