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Wednesday, June 17, 2020
2:00 – 2:30 pm Eastern /
11:00 – 11:30 am Pacific

Online via Zoom

This remote teaching workshop series is intended for Middlebury Language Schools faculty to help orient and prepare for summer teaching. Middlebury faculty from other programs are welcome to RSVP, and attend space permitting.

What is an asynchronous activity in the language learning context? This workshop will share a set of clear, usable asynchronous activities that language teachers can use to promote student engagement with course materials, and/or to prepare for synchronous class sessions, including:

  • discussion boards
  • Blogs
  • reflective journals
  • online quizzes/exercises (Canvas)
  • Social annotation
  • using online language games (H5P, Quizlet)
  • peer feedback on written work and/or oral presentations
  • FlipGrid


Please RSVP for this event. You will receive an email with the Zoom link.