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Have you thought about it? Observable Instructional Practice in the ESL Classroom

This session will raise awareness of discrete observables in ESL instructional practice by encouraging participants to step back and consider their own practices from an observer’s point of view. Participants will offer examples of observables to reflect on as well as having a few highlighted by the presenter for consideration. These observable practices will be reviewed with respect to their potential impact on the learning environment.

Presented by: Suzi Monti from the Community College of Baltimore County

This presentation is a part of the first Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute.


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