Active Student-Centered Learning Inspiration | Webinar for English Language Teachers
Active Student-Centered Learning Inspiration Webinar for English Language Teachers
Get ready for the next webinar for English language teachers hosted by the Regional English Language Office at the US Embassy. It will be presented by Lisa Bochey, Kat Huang andAbigail Gary, English Language Fellows for the US Department of State.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions to join the webinar.
How to connect?
You can access from any computer or smartphone connected to the Internet and watch it live. When the webinar begins, connect to audio using a microphone and speakers (VoIP). A headset is recommended. View System Requirements
Active Student-Centered Learning Inspiration How can we implement student-centered learning activities into any classroom? Participants will learn the theory behind student-centered learning and gain inspiration as we provide concrete examples that can be modified to fit your students. Get ready to share your own experiences and learn from others in this fun, interactive webinar!
Abigail is from Portland, Oregon and received her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University in Political Science and International Studies. She has 8 years of experience teaching ESL to immigrant communities in Portland and Chicago. After graduating, she taught English at municipal school in rural community of Chile before moving to Santiago to work for Chilean Ministry of Education in the English Opens Doors Program. She is currently a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Grantee in Lima and works in the Language Center of Universidad Antonio Ruiz de Montoya. Additionally, she is assisting with an English primary education pilot program in the Peruvian Ministry of Education.
Katherine (Kat) Huang
Kat is a Linguistics graduate from the University of Virginia (EEUU) and is currently a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant working at Universidad de Ingeniería y Tecnología in Lima, Perú. Her current projects include a student workshop series, monthly practice TOEFL exam facilitation, and professor workshops focused on lecturing in English. She has experience in English teaching in countries like Colombia, Mexico, and China.
Lisa is a current Fulbright English Teaching Assistant at Universidad Femenina del Sagrado Corazón (UNIFÉ). Lisa serves as a resource for the women of UNIFÉ in the Translation and Interpretation department and provides an English Workshop that is open to the rest of the campus. Prior to joining Fulbright, Lisa served as a Spanish teacher with Teach For America and was the Executive Director for a summer program called Higher Academics Summer School (HASS). Lisa holds a B.A. in Spanish and Communicative Disorders.