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Sponsored by NISOD
At one point or another in our learning journeys, we have probably all been asked to reflect on our learning experiences. Although educators across disciplines have long recognized reflection’s importance and applicability across a wide variety of educational settings, it nonetheless remains a challenging concept for educators to firmly grasp in practice. Many instructors who try to integrate learner reflection into their teaching face the following question or similar conundrum: How do I foster learners’ ability to engage in reflection that goes beyond their simple description of what I or they did in class? This webinar helps you break the cycle of non-transformative reflection that educators often encounter. You’ll become familiar with (a) what learner reflection entails, (b) why learner reflection is critically important according to research, and (c) how to implement reflection in ways that help learners reap its benefits and become autonomous learners.
Li-Shih Huang, Associate Professor, Applied Linguistics and LT Scholar-in-Residence, University of Victoria Li-Shih Huang completed her Ph.D. at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. Prior to joining the University of Victoria in 2006, she was a full-time faculty member at the School of Graduate Studies, University of Toronto. Her academic training encompasses specialized study of organizational psychology, international business and marketing, education, and applied linguistics. Currently, she is an associate professor of applied linguistics at the University of Victoria. Prior to pursuing a doctoral degree, Li-Shih spent over six years in management positions with multinational corporations. Her creativity in designing pedagogical materials has been recognized by the largest international professional association in the field, TESOL, which awarded her the Mary Finocchiaro Award for Excellence in the Development of Pedagogical Materials. She is also the recipient of the 2014 Humanities Teaching Excellence Award and the 2017 TESOL Award for an Outstanding Paper on NNEST Issues.
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Pacific: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mountain: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Central: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Eastern: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm