Online learning has expanded learning opportunities to virtually anyone with an internet connection, but how do we ensure the individual learner is still at the heart of the class? Learn about the future direction of online learning and how your organisation can stay up to date with the rapidly changing online learning landscape.
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The Psychology of Learning Supported by the Global Scale of English
Education is so much more than teaching words on a page. For teachers, it’s also about understanding effective and efficient ways to learn, and how to reduce negative emotions in our learners to help grow their confidence and realise their goals. In this webinar, Mike Mayor, Senior Director, English Learning Research and Design at Pearson, explores the psychology of language learning and shares ways in which English teachers can use the Global Scale of English resources to set learners up for success and build the confidence that will support them on their life-long learning journey.
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This workshop will demonstrate how an admissions test can be used to create an independent learning plan for students. To ensure success from the first day of class, we need to be prepared for students in order to guide their learning. The workshop will focus on how you can use your existing tests as a diagnostic tool and how you can modify and enhance admissions testings, as IDAT has done, to create profiles to support each student’s learning journey.
This webinar is aligned to Quality Area K: Products and Services and will highlight the quality principles for the development of new products and services. It will also take you through ELT Products and Services Quality Endorsement process and the benefits of achieving Quality Endorsement with NEAS.
In this session, Nicholas Roberts from Learning Vault will present on the global megatrends in education – Micro-credentials and Digital Badging. The session looks at how the rise in short courses can enhance learning and career opportunities through verifiable credentials.
Nicholas will share the discoveries gained in this field over the last few years and how this new wave of thinking is creating truly meaningful outcomes for all students.
Creating an Adaptive Learning Experience using LMS Analytic
Educators and Education institutions play a vital role in shaping and developing learners’ future-ready skills. We want to ensure that each learner acquires the competencies they need for their future job role. This is why it is also important that we tailor fit our teaching strategy and methodology to their learning needs. We must try and create an adaptive learning experience for our learners. This session will cover the core principles of adaptive learning, how LMS data and analytics can help teachers evaluate students’ performance and how to deliver a personalized learning experience for your students.
Is your centre equipped with the resources and facilities to promote a healthy learning environment? This webinar will explore Quality Area C: Resources and Facilities and how to ensure your centre is providing quality facilities and learning resources.
Aligned to NEAS Quality Assurance Framework B: The Student Experience, this webinar provides you with the knowledge, tools, and strategies to provide students with a quality experience both inside and beyond the classroom during their enrolment. Attendees will be invited to share extra-curricular activities that have helped international ELICOS, VET and Higher Ed students integrate into their new life in Australia.
Future ready learning is about developing long life skills that prepare students for VET and higher education, their career path and for the workplace. To prepare students for success, Academic English courses should not only improve students’ academic language, but also provide authentic learning that develops students in the context of today’s diverse, globally and digitally connected society. This webinar explores innovative ways to incorporate future ready skills into Academic curriculum design.
With the return of international students, ELT institutions are expected to face administrative and staffing pressure. This webinar is aligned to NEAS Quality Assurance Framework D: Administration, Management and Staffing, and provides you with the knowledge, tools, and strategies to improve transparency around organisational structures and functions.
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