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Teacher Education in CALL

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CALL-IS Academic Session (Ballroom 257: Technology Showcase)


Teacher Education in CALL


Friday, March 28, 1:00 pm - 2:45 pm PST, 8:00 - 9:45 pm GMT. To join the webcast, click here.


Abstract:  In a sea of constant change, it can be difficult for even seasoned educators to keep up with developments in technology that can make them into more effective teachers. The panelists will introduce and describe how institutions educate their faculty and other issues related to teacher education in CALL.
Time  Presenters  Topic 
  Aaron Schwartz schwara1@ohio.edu Moderator's opening remarks
1:05pm  Phil Hubbard, Stanford University, efs@stanford.edu  Interpreting and integrating the TESOL Technology Standards in a CALL mini-course
1:20pm Nicky Hockly, The Consultants-E, nicky.hockly@theconsultants-e.com Digital Literacies and Teacher Education
1:40pm  Joy Egbert, Washington State University, jegbert@wsu.edu  Guidelines that teachers need to understand when thinking about and looking for effective technologies.
2:00pm  Greg Kessler, Ohio University, kessler@ohio.edu 

Preparing language teachers for the future. Rethinking pedagogy in a world of social media, hyper-collaboration and data mashups. Rethinking interface in a world of gesture, touch and voice control. Rethinking environment in a world of virtual synthetic immersion. 


Phil Hubbard

Phil Hubbard is Senior Lecturer in Linguistics and Director of English for Foreign Students in the Language Center at Stanford University. He co-edited Teacher Education in CALL (John Benjamins, 2006) and edited the four volume series Computer Assisted Langauge Learning: Critical Concepts in Linguistics (Routledge 2009). He is a member of the TESOL Technology Standards Task Force and was previously on TESOL's Technology Advisory Committee. He has published and presented across a wide range of topics in CALL, including both teacher professional development and learner training. He is associate editor of Language Learning & Technology and Computer Assisted Language Learning and serves on the editorial boards of the CALICO Journal and ReCALL.. 


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Nicky Hockly

Nicky is Director of Pedagogy of The Consultants-E. Teacher, trainer and author, she is particularly interested in the impact of mobile technology on EFL teaching and training. 


Joy Egbert

Joy Egbert is Professor of ESL and Education Technology and Coordinator of the doctoral program in Language, Literacy, and Technology at Washington State University, Pullman. She is the author of many books on technology and teacher education and has published widely in both CALL and teacher education journals. Her current interest is in resource-rich, student-centered instruction, and she focuses on theory to practice in this area. 


Greg Kessler

Greg Kessler is the director of the Language Resource Center and associate professor of CALL at Ohio University. He is a member of the TESOL Technology Standards Task Force. He has been the chair of the TESOL CALL Interest Section and president of Ohio TESOL.  He is currently editor of the Action Research Column for the journal Language Learning & Technology and past president of the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO). He has published widely and conducted seminars about the convergence of language and technology around the world.








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