zapraszamy na kameralne webinarium '10 Resources For Incorporating Critical Thinking and Media Literacy into Your Classroom', które poprowadzi Willow Barnosky, specjalistka w zakresie edukacji językowej Departamentu Stanu USA. Webinarium będzie kontynuacją spotkań z serii Media Literacy, które odbyły się stacjonarnie we WCIES w lutym 2020 roku.
Szkolenie jest bezpłatne i zostanie poprowadzone w języku angielskim. Obowiązuje elektroniczna rejestracja. Ilość miejsc jest ograniczona.
Termin: 18 lutego 2021, godz. 18.00-19.30
Miejsce: Aplikacja Microsoft Teams
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10 Resources For Incorporating Critical Thinking and Media Literacy into Your Classroom
Since most educators don’t have the luxury of teaching a dedicated Media Literacy or Critical Thinking course, in this webinar, we will review resources such as quizzes and lessons that can be used as short, stand-alone activities in the classroom. We’ll also look at online games and quizzes that can be assigned as homework. All of the activities require little or no prep work, so participants can immediately try them out in their own contexts. Additional sources will be shared so that educators can expand their own knowledge and repertoire of media literacy and related materials.
Willow Barnosky is an experienced TESL/TEFL professional. She has taught ESL and EFL in the United States, Japan, and South Korea in adult education, intensive language institutes, community college, and university contexts.
She possesses an MA from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies as well as a BA in Spanish from the University of Pittsburgh. Willow's career to date includes serving as the ESL specialist for a Pennsylvania Department of Education, Division of Adult Education, professional development center, where she traveled the state providing curriculum and instruction workshops and trainings for adult and college ESL instructors. She has also worked at a university in Japan where she taught academic writing and at a language school in Korea teaching intensive English and Business English. Before teaching in Poland, she worked for community organizations in Silicon Valley in California, teaching English and literacy skills to adult learners.
During the first semester of the academic year of 2019/20 she conducted courses of advanced English to the students of English Philology at the University of Rzeszów through the English Language Fellow Program supported by the Department of State. She also ran a series of seminars for ESL teachers and delivered webinars for IATEFL Poland. In the 2020-2021 academic year Willow will be associated with the University of Opole through the Virtual English Language Fellow Program.