Often teachers are expected to (or want to) use the Internet, but aren’t sure of how to do it effectively. Learn practical ways to use the Internet online (in the classroom and computer labs) and off-line (to prepare classroom materials) in a variety of ways, including contextual presentation, practice and use of language, and use of authentic texts and tasks. This webinar is a sample from a session in Rennert new York’s Refresher Course for ESL/ EFL Teachers.
James Stakenburg is Head of Teacher Training at Rennert New York, and is a licensed teacher trainer and trainer of trainers through World Learning’s SIT Graduate Institute. Rennert New York offers a wide range of teacher training and professional development courses and James has created several of these TESOL training courses. He trains novice and experienced teachers, has provided in-company professional development for Rennert’s teachers and for other educational institutions and has presented at local, state, national and international conferences. He is also Rennert’s accreditation coordinator and an ACCET volunteer ESL Curriculum specialist.
James has taught ESL/EFL and/or teacher training courses in Japan, Australia and the U.S. He lives in New York City, but originally hails from Australia.
Language of instruction: English