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Practice-based session [clear filter]
Friday, November 18

9:45am PST

Catching Up with the Future: Best Practices for Teaching Hybrid Adult ESL Classes
Has your adult education or noncredit ESL program considered offering hybrid classes? Data indicate that adult ESL students have the access to technology and the basic technology know-how for online study. Hear about caveats, best practices, standards, and successes in teaching hybrid ESL classes.


Elizabeth Clarke

MiraCosta College
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Kristi Reyes

Faculty, MiraCosta Community College, OTAN, CALPRO, and OT-IG Co-Coordinator
Technology integration: online/hybrid, flipped, and blended instruction in adult ESL. Career-Track ESL. Columnist and trainer for OTAN http://www.otan.us. Facilitator for CALPRO http://calpro-online.org/

Friday November 18, 2016 9:45am - 10:45am PST
Royal Palm Salon 5

11:00am PST

Teaching Authentic Speaking Skills for Medical Visits: Current and Emerging Approaches
Looking to help your students communicate in health care visits? This presentation shares research-based, practical classroom materials and strategies for teaching social interaction skills, incorporating transcribed ethnographic recordings, awareness-raising tasks, role-plays, and mobile technology to support autonomous learning. The presenter will demonstrate activities and provide sample materials and resources.

Friday November 18, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm PST
Saturday, November 19

8:30am PST

How to Adapt or Create a Mobile App for Use in an ESL Classroom
This presentation demonstrates how apps can be utilized in an ESL classroom, and gives teachers the information, and more importantly, the confidence to adapt or even create apps and other technology tools for use in the classroom, thereby enhancing student motivation

Saturday November 19, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am PST
Garden Salon 2

1:45pm PST

Reframing ESL Pedagogy Through Educational Technology
Technology can be a powerful pathway to engage, enrich, and empower students. Presenters will showcase technology activities that increase participation, strengthen group interaction, sustain students’ interest, allow individualized learning, and encourage students to demonstrate their understanding in creative ways. Applicable to any level of face-to face, online, or hybrid classes.


Bophany Huot, City College of San Francisco

ESL Professor, City College of San Francisco
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Denise Maduli-Williams, Ron Lee Tech Award Recipient

Assistant Professor, ESOL & English, San Diego Miramar College
I have been honored to be a teacher for the past 21 years! I earned my B.A. in English & Linguistics from Cal Poly State Univ., then joined the Peace Corps and taught English in Botswana. Next, I taught in NYC public high schools while earning my M.A. in TESOL from Columbia University... Read More →

Saturday November 19, 2016 1:45pm - 2:45pm PST
Royal Palm Salon 5