|Catherine Moore has 14 years of experience in ESL, is a TESOL Ed.D Candidate, and is published in both TESOL journals and a business pronunciation software training system.||Cheryl Bucholtz-Magallon has taught ESL for 11 years in credit and noncredit programs both domestically and abroad.|
Together, they taught a teacher-training program in China and have presented at both state and international conferences
Pete Torrez and Jessup Yenser
Take your classroom games beyond icebreakers and time-fillers by utilizing board games to provide students with low-stakes, authentic, targeted language instruction. Presenters will demonstrate some of their favorite games along with scaffolding techniques, before encouraging participants to develop their own activities for integrating board games.
|Pete Torrez teaches credit and non-credit ESL at Santa Monica College and Los Angeles Mission College.||Jessup Yenser teaches credit ESL at Santa Monica College.|
As game enthusiasts, they believe in the power of games to promote language acquisition. They lead a weekly board game group for ESL students and have shared their board game-based pedagogy in previous CATESOL presentations.
Google Docs is more than a word processor - it holds the promise and excitement of a first date, and won’t disappoint! This session demonstrates why GDocs should be your default tool to help students improve writing through real-time collaboration, feedback, and formative assessment. You might just fall in love…
|Brent Warner is a professor of ESL at Irvine Valley College where he works to integrate technology and creativity into his classes. He presents regularly on EdTech in ESL, and is recognized as an innovator in the field. He has recently launched a new podcast called DIESOL, which focuses on digital integration in ESOL with ISTE Emerging Leader, Ixchell Reyes.
Coffee, snacks, and lunch are included in the cost of registration.
Lot 5 is closest to the SSC.