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Salon 3 [clear filter]
Friday, September 21

1:00pm CDT

Let's Read! Motivating ESL students to read more books
In this session, I will explain how you can identify your students' independent reading levels, how to set up a user-friendly, leveled classroom library, and how to motivate your students to read more books!


Heidi Redmon

ESL teacher, Smyrna Elementary School, Smyrna, TN
I have taught elementary ESL for the past four years. I also have twelve years of experience as a classroom teacher.

Friday September 21, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm CDT
Salon 3
  Practice Oriented

2:00pm CDT

Engaging ELs: Developing Lifelong Learners Through Literacy and STEAM
Actively engaging ELs can often be a struggle no matter the subject or level. This interactive session will explore hands-on strategies for engaging ELs through various literacy and STEAM activities. Come prepared to actively learn through discussion, investigation, and exploration!


Hannah Brown

Rhea Middle School, Evensville, Tennessee
Hannah Brown is an educator who loves motivating students to achieve through hands-on learning. A graduate of Lee University, she has taught students in grades K-8 and currently teaches at Rhea Middle School. When she isn't presenting or teaching, she enjoys writing, reading books... Read More →

Friday September 21, 2018 2:00pm - 3:45pm CDT
Salon 3

4:00pm CDT

Improving Interactive Communication through “Presentation Stations”
In this session we will explain and demonstrate a new classroom technique called “presentation stations”. We will go through steps and concepts that will allow instructors to facilitate sessions in which every member of class is being an active learner. Attendees will be given the opportunity to walk through this class design formula.


Sydney Bassett

Auburn Global at Auburn University
Sydney currently works as an English Program Specialist at Auburn Global. Her interests include curriculum development, faculty collaboration, and socio-cultural adjustment of international students.

Geoffrey Goodman

Auburn Global, Auburn, AL
Geoff Goodman taught ESL and did teacher training at Seoul National University and Chung-Ang University in Seoul before working in the Auburn Global pathways program at Auburn University.

Friday September 21, 2018 4:00pm - 5:00pm CDT
Salon 3

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