Tuesday 19 October, 4:00-5:30pm (AEST)
The arrival of the pandemic saw a fast and impressive pivot to remote learning for all sectors of EAL. But as we move our way forward into a new normal, has the pandemic led to a re-imagining of the future of adult EAL delivery? In this event, a range of adult EAL providers share their experiences and insights on the following:
- How has their organization changed the way it delivers EAL programs?
- How have they refined blended/remote learning?
- What has worked? What hasn’t worked?
- What feedback have they had – from students, from teachers?
- How has remote learning changed the way they teach/view digital literacy skills?
- What implications might these changes have for quality and assessment?
- Most importantly, what permanent changes do they see moving forward to 2022 and beyond?
$10 – VicTESOL Members (including members of other state TESOL associations affiliated with ACTA)
$20 – Non-members