This webinar is hosted in English
Microteaching sessions in preparation for teacher training practice in an online virtual class. The session will focus on tips and tricks in teaching in a live virtual class.
Microteaching is a teacher training method whereby teachers can teach and get feedback by peers and the instructor. The teaching segment is video taped, so they can review it as they receive feedback. Dr. Dwight W. Allen started Micro-teaching at Stanford University in the early 1960s. The purpose of the system is to help teachers learn and improve their teaching performance. Teachers can teach, receive feedback, re-teach and get ongoing feedback based on the recordings and self, instructor, and peer evaluation.
You will be invited to a series of micro-teaching sessions to learn how to deliver a micro-teaching lesson. At the end of the sessions, you will be required give your own micro-teaching lesson in pairs. Teachers will begin the micro teaching process in November, 2014 in the WizIQ virtual classroom.
The microteaching training is for new and experienced teachers.
Doctor of Education
Nellie Deutsch is a Canadian English teacher, researcher, writer, speaker, and e-learning specialist. Nellie is faculty member at the University of Phoenix and Atlantic University where she teaches leadership in the MA transpersonal studies.
Nellie earned her doctorate in education and educational leadership with a specialization in curriculum and instruction. Her dissertation research (available on Amazon and ProQuest) focused on instructor experiences with integrating technology in blended learning courses in higher education around the world. Nellie provides teacher training on how to use Moodle and WizIQ. She is also an academic writing coach and a mentor to teachers around the globe.
Dr. Deutsch has written chapters on the use of technology and research (Sage) in textbooks and peer reviews articles and books. Nellie is on the AACE EdMedia executive and program committee, IATEFL YLTSIG committee, and on TESOL HEIS committee.