Our 2016 Professional Development Webinar series was a huge success! More than 2,200 teachers attended from around the world. The series offered seven Webinars, presented by authors, series editors, and consultants. The Webinar topics ranged from academic skills for college transition and grammar practice techniques, to English for academic purposes, and the Global Scale of English.
If you missed any of the Webinars, don't worry. Every session was recorded; you can scroll down for information on the Webinars and links to watch the recorded sessions. (Registration required to access the recordings.)
See below for links to the recorded Webinars.
|Monday, October 17, 2016||12:00 p.m. EDT||English is Served! Catering to Lower-Level Students' Academic Needs||Ken Beatty||Watch Now|
|Tuesday, October 18, 2016||12:00 p.m. EDT||Preparing ELL Learners for the Challenges of Rigorous Academic Writing at the University Level||Maggie Sokolik||Watch Now|
|Tuesday, October 18, 2016||4:00 p.m. EDT||Supporting ELL Transition to Communicating at the University Level||Robyn Brinks Lockwood||Watch Now|
|Wednesday, October 19, 2016||12:00 p.m. EDT||The Global Scale of English: Research Support for Learning Outcomes||Sara Davila||Watch Now|
|Wednesday, October 19, 2016||3:00 p.m. EDT||Five Frameworks for Developing Listening Skills||Michael Rost||Watch Now|
|Thursday, October 20, 2016||12:00 p.m. EDT||A Skills Repertoire for Successful University Reading||Lawrence J. Zwier||Watch Now|
|Friday, October 21, 2016||3:00 p.m. EDT||New Insights into Practice for the Grammar Classroom||Stacy Hagen||Watch Now|