The Fachdidaktik Anglistik section and the FDZ GEWI are happy to announce that they will host a webinar for language teachers by Mag. Ulrike Pavelka (King’s College London), and would like to invite interested students, faculty members and practicing teachers to attend.
Learner Autonomy & Heterogeneity
Date & Time: Tuesday 10th January 2017, 19:00-20:00
Place: Online ( http://goo.gl/UmJgVu )
Every learner has their individual learning background and individual ideas of what they want to achieve in class. As teachers we are therefore continuously confronted with heterogeneous groups. The webinar will explore how learner autonomy and internal differentiation can help us to take different backgrounds into account and how to encourage students to take control over their learning process. In the first part of the webinar, we will discuss what autonomous learning means. In the second part, we look at heterogeneity and focus on methods to introduce internal differentiation in class
Ulrike Pavelka is a Lecturer in German and Team Leader for German, Dutch, Swedish, Spanish and British Sign Language at the Modern Language Centre King’s College London. Areas of research interest are: Group management in language classes, grammar and teaching culture of German speaking countries and e-learning methods.
We are looking forward to your participation.