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Conference focuses on teaching and learning in the digital age

Update: June, 23/2017 - 11:00
VUS’s TESOL Conference will feature presentations by English-language teaching experts about the latest teaching trends. Source
Viet Nam News

HCM CITY —  The latest trends in language teaching and learning in the digital age will be the main topic of discussion at the Vietnam-USA Society English Centers’ annual Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) conference held on July 21 at the White Palace Convention Center in HCM City’s Phú Nhuận District.

The conference is expected to attract more than 2,000 English language teachers in Việt Nam and other countries in the region.

They will have an opportunity to hear about the latest teaching trends through presentations by leading English language teaching (ELT) experts from the City University of New York, Oxford University, Cambridge University, Griffith University, and from major publishers like Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Macmillan, Pearson, Cengage, and National Geographic Learning.

With the theme “Redefining English Language Teaching & Learning in the 21st Century Context”, the 12th TESOL conference features presentations and discussions on what it is like to teach and learn English today.

In the digital age, ELT curriculum and textbook design will have to be modified to meet the needs of a generation of e-learners.

The developing digital technology has produced a new breed of English learners who have become more autonomous but also more connected. Will “connectivism”, dubbed the learning theory for the digital age, be the up-and-coming trend in ELT?

This year, the Vietnam-USA Society English Centers (VUS) TESOL conference will explore 14 topics such as developing communication skills in the 21st century classroom; innovation, technology, and ELT: A Critical Look; re-defining the high-stakes, four-skill academic English proficiency testing with automated scoring technology; TED talks and more – achieving powerful communication in the classroom; creative assessments for Young Learners; and 21st century education and an employable graduates. 

For more information about the conference, please visit http://tesol. or dial hotline 0908 507 057. —VNS


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