Tips on Using ePals in the Language Classroom Tuesday, August 13, 2013 – 5PM Eastern Time
In This Session Open the doors, let the world in! As a teacher of French, Saray Gutiérrez found that having her students collaborate with students in schools in the French-speaking countries of France and French Polynesia brought increased language practice and promoted cultural awareness in powerful and engaging ways. Students learned the importance of diversity, tolerance and multiculturalism. In our community’s next webinar, Saray Gutiérrez will share ideas and resources to make the most out of global communications, emphasizing using real-world information. Examples of student work will be highlighted, with different activities and methodologies to give a multicultural approach. Join Saray on August 13th for tips on using ePals in the language classroom.
To Participate in the Live Session - Login at www.instantpresenter.com/edwebnet9 at the scheduled time. - There is no pre-registration for this event. - This webinar will be recorded and archived in this community for viewing at anytime.
Here are some helpful tips for the best webinar experience - Being hardwired is best, not wireless - Test your system for best quality: www.instantpresenter.com/systemtest - Close Skype and any other applications that use internet bandwidth - Close any unnecessary applications
About the Presenter Born and raised in Spain, Saray Gutiérrez has taught English, French and Spanish language in her native country as well as in France and in the United States at middle school, high school and university levels. She currently teaches middle school Spanish and French at Pine Crest Preparatory School in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Saray holds an M.A. in Translation and Interpreting in English and German, and a teaching certificate from Salamanca University and the Florida Department of Education.
This program is sponsored by ePals. It's the last of their edWeb.net webinar series.