“Peer-to-Peer Interaction in Remote Environments: Success for Diverse Populations”
TransACT hosts Carol Salva for the live webinar “Peer-to-Peer Interaction in Remote Environments: Success for Diverse Populations”
Online learning presents many challenges for learners. The challenges for English learners (ELs) and other student populations are also significant. Extenuating circumstances like the COVID-19 pandemic have exacerbated these challenges and reduced or eliminated peer-to-peer interaction in remote environments. Culturally and linguistically diverse students need opportunities to collaborate with peers, draw from previous knowledge and contribute to the learning of the class.
In this free on-demand webinar, you’ll learn:
- Benefits of peer-to-peer interaction for diverse student populations
- Challenges instructors face when operating in a remote environment or online learning
- Strategies to facilitate peer-to-peer interaction and create success for diverse populations
Complete the form on this page to access the on-demand recording of the webinar"Peer-to-Peer Interaction in Remote Environments" with Carol Salva.
About the presenter:
Carol Salva is the author of Boosting Achievement, Reaching Students with Interrupted or Minimal Education. She is a Seidlitz Education consultant with a background in ESL, literacy, bilingual, and special education. Carol is a former elementary educator and most recently taught Newcomer English Language Development in both high school and middle school. She was awarded the Spring Branch Independent School District's Teacher of the Year Award in 2009. In addition to her ESL certification, she is a Certified Gomez & Gomez Dual Language Trainer and a Certified Abydos Writing Trainer. For more information you can follow her on Twitter, visit her website, or reach out to Carol Salva on LinkedIn.