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Presenting at EdmodoCon in Miami 2019: From Blended to Distance Learning: Engaging Large Student Groups Online

EdmodoCon is a global professional development conference—one you can attend for free through your laptop or mobile device. Educators from around the world share inspiring stories and practical strategies from the best in the education community. For a small fee, attendees can earn one graduate credit from Dominican University.

This year, EdmodoCon is centered on helping you discover valuable new resources for social and emotional learning, digital citizenship, and student engagement through three unique learning tracks.

When is EdmodoCon?

EdmodoCon 2019 is on Saturday, November 2nd in Miami, Florida from 9am to 5pm Eastern Daylight Time. Attend each session or just your favorite subjects.
See the full agenda →

Who will be speaking at EdmodoCon?

We have two special keynote speakers who will join selected teacher speakers from all over the world.
See the full agenda →

Can I receive PD credit?

You can earn one graduate credit from Dominican University for completing additional assignments related to attending Edmodocon 2019. Learn more about PD credit here 

Can I attend in person in Miami?

Yes! EdmodoCon can be watched online via a Zoom livestream. Or, if you can make it to Miami, we’d love to see you in person. Get all the details here →

How can I receive updates?

Once you register for the webinar through Zoom, you’ll automatically receive important updates about the conference. You can also follow our official EdmodoCon community page to learn more about our speakers and join the conversation.

Want to watch EdmodoCon?

Clear your calendar for Saturday, November 2nd and make plans to watch EdmodoCon live! Register now for free.

What if I can’t watch live?

Recordings of each presentation will be available shortly after the conference. Register now for free to get access to the videos when they become available.

Title of my presentation is:

From Blended to Distance Learning: Engaging Large Student Groups Online

I developed an interactive online facilitated IELTS course for more than 500 students, which combines synchronous and asynchronous learning. By creating a collaborative learning environment, students have a chance to become peer-teachers and participate in the assessment.

The course consists out of a diagnostic language test, separated modules for each live lecture, lesson recordings for revision, self-grading listening and reading tests, as well as collaborative activities which consist of discussion, oral, written presentations and reflections.

Present educators will hear effective examples of classroom differentiation needed to create a large facilitated course for adult students. Following the application of blended learning in an online learning environment, the participants will be able to create an engaging course outline for their content area, along with course objectives and syllabus.

Join us in Miami on EdmodoCon live or via Zoom for some real teacher PD.

Have you ever attended a conference as a presenter? If so, what is your experience? Write in the comments or via the contact page.

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Alice is a 27 years old preschool teacher (Pre-K) with a B.Ed. She is currently enrolled in her Master studies, with a double major, one of them being English teaching methodology. She is also an online ESL teacher and blog writer for British Council. Last but not least, she is a mother of a very energetic toddler.

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