Autonomous Learning Environments
The Language Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures sponsored by the Masters Program host a webinar that answers the following questions: What means being an autonomous learner? What concepts relate to autonomous fosterage?
Are you a Self-Regulated Learner?
In this webinar, Dr. Liliana Cuesta Medina answers the following questions: Which are the characteristics of a Self-Regulated Learner? How to nurture/develop them?
Language Learning Theories
In this webinar prof. Diana Gómez and prof. Carl Anderson answer the following questions: How can teachers overcome the gap between language theories and practice? 1. What is the importance of language theories in the classroom? 2. How can language teachers understand the value of language acquisition and learning? 3. What theories do teachers use in their language classrooms? 4. What are the latest language theories that drive the field? 5. How can I improve my teaching when it is guided by a language theory?
Teaching English to Young Learners
This webinar answers the following questions: How can we enrich our teaching to better address the specific needs of our young learner?, How can we foster better learning and autonomy for those young learners? And in ourselves?
Designing Learning Resources for Online Environments
Topics that we discussed: What are resources for online environments?, What does the design of learning resources for online environments imply? How can teachers provide feedback in online resources?
Using Social Media in ELT
In this webinar, Prof. McDougald answers the question: How can Social Media (SM) make a difference in the ELT classroom?
Research in ELT: Myths and Realities
In this webinar Prof. Dr. Liliana Cuesta and Prof. Carl Anderson from the Masters in ELT at Universidad de La Sabana answer the following questions 1. What is the value of educational research? 2. What are the differences between “thinking like a teacher” and “thinking like a researcher”? 3. What kind of research is needed in ELT? 4. What does classroom-based action research involve? 5. What does research outside the classroom involve?