Category: 10:15-12:00 (wksh)


Mike Garnett, Monterey Institute of International Studies
Philip J. Standlee, Monterey Institute of International Studies

When social change is the goal in curriculum design, in addition to language learning, service learning and media literacy become integral to our students’ classroom experiences. Through process oriented mind-mapping activities and live blogging to capture and synthesize ideas, participants will create a collaborative curriculum design that captures the “best practices” and empowers students.

Workshop Presentation (90 minutes)
CC, C/U, IEP, TELL, SP
Casa Fuente Building, Room 434

Explore resources and join the conversation at their project site:

http://transformativeteaching.wordpress.com/


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John Hedgcock, Monterey Institute of International Studies

This workshop will acquaint participants with principles and practices of formative and summative assessment in ESL writing instruction. The presenter will offer tools for integrating formative approaches into ESL literacy courses. Tasks will include connecting assessment to teaching, reviewing scoring rubrics, and rating writing samples based on contextually appropriate criteria.

Workshop Presentation (90 minutes)
S, CC, C/U, IEP
Morse Building, Room B104

Katy Scott, Monterey Bay Aquarium

http://twitter.com/katyscott22
http://digitaldollar.edublogs.org/

Come see a variety of free web-based programs that offer students meaningful opportunities to practice reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Participants will get hands-on practice using cartoon and video creation tools, blogging sites, classroom wikis, and more. Each participant will create a lesson plan that integrates this free technology.

Workshop Presentation (90 minutes)
E, S, TELL
Morse Building, Room B105

Session Resources

Link to presentation on Prezi.com

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