Online Language Learning – Recipe for Success
Like all online learning models, implementing an online language learning program can be a large task to undertake. Without the right plan, implementation goals can get lost in translation. In this month’s Tech for Language webinar, presenter Jennifer Frazier explored different implementation models, as well as best practices for implementation. Attendees learned about current trends in online learning, how to find the right model, and much more. Watch the webinar to find out more.
Quotes from the session:
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“Thank you. I look forward to exploring your programs further and would like more information.”
Sponsored by Rosetta Stone.
Presented by Jennifer Frazier, Director of Institutional Solutions at Rosetta Stone.
Jennifer Frazier is the Director of Institutional Solutions at Rosetta Stone. Before joining Rosetta Stone, she taught at James Madison University for 14 years. Throughout her career, Jennifer has focused efforts on developing curriculum, creating models for teaching/training effectively, and assessing learner performance. She has served as a conference speaker both domestically and internationally, presenting at TESOL, FETC, ACTFL, Florida TESOL, Puerto Rico TESOL and IALCO.
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Using Technology for Language Instruction is an online community where educators can collaborate on how to prepare students to succeed as global citizens and to expand their horizons. Our PLC provides a place to explore all aspects of using technology to improve both world language learning and English language learning of English Language Learners (ELLs). We’ll share insight, answers and encouragement to help you use today’s technology solutions to support the growing need for students to acquire language skills.
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