Online Teaching Sucks and How to Make it Suck a Little Less – a webinar by T. Leo Schmitt

Dear Colleagues,

IATEFL Poland and Thomas “Leo” Schmitt ENGLISH LANGUAGE FELLOW

have the pleasure to invite you to the webinar

Online Teaching Sucks and How to Make it Suck a Little Less

Summary:

Web 2.0 brought with it countless opportunities for online interaction. We are in the middle of a revolutionary change in how human beings interact.

This talk will explore how online teaching and learning differ from face-to-face interactions and what the implications are for how we teach, learn, and use language.

Professional profile

T. Leo Schmitt

English Language Fellow

T. Leo Schmitt has lived in eight countries and visited dozens more. He has extensive experience in intercultural communication and speaks multiple languages. He has used this knowledge to enhance his work with international students both as an administrator and faculty member in a wide variety of environments over thirty years. 

He is currently working as visiting faculty at Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland as an English Language Fellow sponsored by the US State Department. 

He has a PhD in linguistics from the CUNY Graduate Center. 

His research interests include second language acquisition, language and technology, sociolinguistics, socioonomastics, corpus linguistics, intercultural communication, language and power, and the interaction between these and other linguistic phenomena.

Welcome

On behalf of IATEFL Poland

webinar organisers:

Anna Rogalewicz-Gałucka

Chief Administrative Officer

office@iatefl.org.pl

Lucyna Wilinkiewicz-Górniak

Kraków Region Representative

Webinars’ Coordinator

lucyna.wilinkiewicz@gmail.com

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