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Designing Remote and Hybrid ESOL Programming around Student Choice - Shared screen with speaker view
Ebony Vandross
29:20
We'll also ask everyone not presenting to turn video off for the time being to reduce bandwidth consumption. Please contact EVANDROSS@WORLDED.ORG with any issues. Thank you!
Sherry Lehane
47:21
Does your student population include all ESL levels including lowest levels? Wondering how you communicate the ideas of goals, metacognition, etc.
Shelly Leduke
56:51
LOL!
Ebony Vandross
01:02:19
I'll make note of the questions people have posted and make sure they are addressed. Thanks!
Ash Aliengena
01:18:30
Thanks to my group mates! Lovely talking with you and hearing about your ideas & contexts. :-)
Laura Dintino
01:18:59
Agreed Ash!
Shelly Leduke
01:19:06
Me too!
Jose Adorno
01:19:20
Very insightful! Thank you! ☺️
Silja Kallenbach
01:19:25
Are all ESOL students expected to do independent learning or is that a choice also?
Kathleen O'Connell
01:20:32
Is there group time in class as well as the individual learning time? Or is the individual time outside of class?
Kermit Dunkelberg
01:26:00
Thanks, World Ed, for putting this on, and thank you Pesha, for such a rich and comprehensive presentation!
Ebony Vandross
01:26:00
http://www.edtech.worlded.org/remote-esol-project
Leslie Felker
01:26:08
Very helpful -- thank you all!
Meg Stivison
01:26:10
Thank you, this was very informative and helpful for me.
Priyanka Sharma
01:26:14
Thanks Pesha and Silja!
Ebony Vandross
01:26:22
Next webinar -- https://bit.ly/20211301
Candace Griffith
01:26:23
Thank you!
Shelly Leduke
01:26:25
Thank you!
Caitie Shalvey
01:26:30
Thank you!
Barry Nitzberg
01:26:40
Thank you!
Christina Terrell
01:26:41
thank you
Sherry Lehane
01:26:43
Thank you.
Carolline De Paula
01:27:10
Thank you!
Robert Frye
01:27:13
Thank you!