Engaging the Disengaged Students

Engagement of all students is the goal of every teacher, but this goal is sometimes difficult for EFL teachers to attain. In this session, important student engagement concepts of motivation and active learning will be reviewed. New ideas of student engagement; concepts of expectancy and value will be shared. The facilitator will introduce student engagement strategies that make students excited and want to learn.

Objectives

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify important techniques for motivating students;
  • Evaluate student engagement techniques based on expectancy and value;
  • Select student engagement techniques for their classrooms.

Participants will leave this session equipped with a folder of strategies to use in their classroom. In addition, they will have the facilitator as a new friend and contact person for information and consultation.

Who should attend?

  • ELT Professionals of all levels.
  • English teachers of secondary and post- secondary levels.

Date

TO BE ANNOUNCED LATER

Timing:

3:00 pm -6:00 pm

Workshop Fee:

Member’s Fee: Rs. 2200/-

Non Member’s Fee: Rs.2700/-

Venue

TO BE ANNOUNCED LATER

Limited seats on first come,                     first served basis

Inclusive of course materials, certificate, & refreshments

Become a member on the spot and avail member rates.  Institutional members – send 4 teachers at member rates.

 Beth Trudell was a Senior English Language Fellow in Lahore, Pakistan and Kabul Afghanistan. Her first Fellowship was in Bangladesh. She was part of the team that created and implemented Afghanistan’s first M.Ed. in English for TESOL. 

Her first Fellowship was in Bangladesh at BRAC University and the BRAC Education Program. One of her accomplishments was leading the design of the pre university program at BRAC U. An article on the project was published in English Teaching Forum. Beth is an English Language Specialist, and she has been working on short-term projects in Russia, China, Thailand, and Tanzania. She was the Virtual Specialist for the American English Radio project in Bangladesh. She writes the scripts and trains the broadcasters and teachers for the project.

Beth has an MA in English for TESOL from California State University, East Bay. During her graduate work, she specialized in academic English