We recently completed a five-part summer webinar series that included two sessions on multimodal teaching. Due to the overwhelmingly positive feedback we received from this webinar series, we decided to share the top questions and their accompanying answers from the multimodal sessions.
By Kelli Drummer-Avendano
A little rest and relaxation should be at the top of every teacher’s to-do list this summer. These past few months have been challenging, to say the least. However, once the dust has settled and you’ve caught up on your sleep, here are some ideas to turn the summer break into a learning opportunity for the teacher in you:
By- Erika Semprun
Summer may be approaching, but that doesn’t mean that a teacher’s job is over. In fact, this month, teachers all across the U.S. are being celebrated and admired for their hard work. Here are a couple of reasons why students and parents should admire their community’s educators.
Just because you do not see your students face to face, you can still deliver a highly communicative class with a variety of activities and tools found in your language program’s Supersite or Prime online course.
Teachers often are concerned that students working online might be prone to cheat on homework and assessments. Here are a few tips to help avoid this problem using your language program’s Supersite or Prime online course.
The evolving situation with COVID-19 has caused a rapid shift to remote teaching and learning at many schools and colleges across the country, and we understand that many of you are being asked to quickly develop a plan so that your courses can accommodate this change.
By- Kelli Drummer-Avendano
Even though you’re halfway through the school year, it’s a new calendar year and a perfect time to contemplate how things are going and how you can make the most of the time you have left. Here are some New Year’s resolution ideas for refreshing and reenergizing.