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Innovating Language Learning through Technology for Environmental Responsibility

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InterSection: CALL-IS with SRIS and Environmental Forum  

 

Innovating Language Learning

through Technology

for Environmental Responsibility

 

 

InterSection: CALL-IS with SRIS and Environmental Forum:

Innovating Language Learning through Technology for Environmental Responsibility

 

Thursday, April 7, 2016, 9:30 - 11:15 am EST.

Room Holiday 4, Hilton Baltimore

To join the webcast, click here. Instructions on how to join the webcast are at the bottom of this page.

 

Time  Presenter  Title  Summary  Links to materials 
9:30-9:32 

Jack Watson

(jack.watson@unb.ca)

CALL-IS Welcome and Introduction(s) Welcoming all presenters; presenting brief overall outline of presentation: introducing Maureen Templeman (Environmental Forum) and ________ (SRIS); introducing Jeff Kuhn (CALL-IS). No materials.
9:32-9:34 SRIS Representative SRIS Welcome     
9:34-9:36 

Maureen Templeman 

(mtempleman@usf.edu) 

Environmental Forum Welcome  Introducing George Chinnery.  
 

George M. Chinnery

(ChinneryGM@state.gov)

A Mobile App Learnathon in Central and Eastern Europe

Team introductions.

During this segment, I will explain the genesis of a social responsibility through English language learning mobile app learnathon sponsored by the Regional English Language Office in Budapest for teachers from the Baltics to the Balkans.  

 
 

Ivana Bankovic 

(ivanabankovickg@gmail.com) 

     
 

Sanja Tasic 

(sanjaned@yahoo.com) 

     
 

Marko Bankovic

(info@markobankovic.com)

     
 

Nora Tartsay Nemeth 

(nora@tartsay.hu) 

     
 

Jeff Kuhn

(kuhnj1@ohio.edu)

Agents of Change: Using Technology to Increase Social Responsibility  This presentation will focus on how technology can promote student agency by letting them engage in experiential learning, decision making, and how tech can support engagement in critical social topics.   
  Q&A       

 

Presenter Bios:

Jack Watson (TESOL CALL-IS Chair-elect) is the ELP e-Learning Coordinator at the University of New Brunswick English Language Programme in Fredericton NB Canada. With over 30 years of ESL teaching experience, Jack has served on the CALL-IS Steering Committee as Web Cast Development Coordinator and Electronic Village Classics Coordinator.  
SRIS Representative
Maureen Templeman

George M. Chinnery is the Regional English Language Officer (RELO) for Central and Southeastern Europe, based in Budapest.

Ivana Bankovic 
Sanja Tasic
Marko Bankovic
Nora Tartsay Nemeth
Jeff Kuhn is a PhD candidate in Instructional Technology at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. His focus is how technology, and games specifically, can be leveraged for experiential learning. He currently serves as a member of the CALL-IS steering committee.
 

 

 

 

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