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A Cup of Coffee with TESOL Experts: Limited Connectivity or Resources

by Heidi Faust (USA), Fatima Drifi (Morocco), Diego Boada (Colombia) | 20 Apr 2021
Resource Description:
Audience: Teacher Training
Audience Language Proficiency: Intermediate
Teaching Tip: Today’s question: How can we deliver online learning when resources or connectivity are limited?

Today's guests:
- Heidi Faust, PhD Candidate (USA)
- Fatima Drifi, MA (Morocco)
- Diego A. Boada, PhD (Colombia)

In this episode, Heidi, Fatima, and Diego discuss how to teach online when resources are limited. First, Heidi shares 4 things to consider when working in low-bandwidth low-resource contexts. Heidi has worked with teachers and students in over 100 countries. Then, Fatima shares some ideas on how to teach English through social media and mobile devices.

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"A Cup of Coffee with TESOL Experts" is a project led by instructors and participants in the TESOL Certificate: Developing an Online Teaching Program.

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