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Dr. Hayo Reinders (www.innovationinteaching.org) is TESOL Professor and Director of the doctoral programme at Anaheim University in the USA as well as Professor of Education in New ZEaland. Hayo is Editor of the journal Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching (published by Taylor & Francis) and edits a book series on “New Language Learning and Teaching Environments”. He founded the Institute for Teacher Leadership. His interest are in teacher empowerment, learner autonomy, and educational technology.





What stays the same when everything changes? One of the most profound and perennial challenges language teachers face is how to best engage

learners in the language learning experience. Rapidly and regularly changing learning environments, assessment

processes and instructional practices can challenge learners in finding and expressing their  voice but also offer opportunities for teachers to draw on the affordances of the increased range of educational tools and settings available to them to open up new ways to encourage learner participation. In this practical talk I will draw on three decades of best practice in online, blended and hybrid learning to share recommendations for turning the potential downsides of our changing situations into likely benefits for improving our teaching by  encouraging greater  learner participation and interaction. Specifically, we will look at ways in which technology can provide more agency to both teachers and learners alike and support language learning beyond the classroom.

讲座二:2022年9月16日下午2:00-3:40  https://kmutt-ac-th.zoom.us/j/4312211874

Learning Analytics

And Educational Data Mining

For Language Teaching

The purpose of this presentation is to introduce the topics of educational data mining and learning analytics, and to explore how they may be relevant to improving learning and teaching, as well as enable new types of research. We will first explore the increasing range of data available to teachers and researchers about our students’ language learning journeys, the types and frequency of language input they receive and output they produce, as well as the various types of engagement data we now have access to. Next, we will look at ways in which such data can be gathered, analysed and put to use to improve language learning and teaching.

讲座三:2022年9月23日下午2:00-3:40  https://kmutt-ac-th.zoom.us/j/4312211874


For Language Learners & Teachers